Connecticut’s Statute of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse Claim-
Under Connecticut law, a child sex abuse survivor must file a claim for civil damages within thirty (30) years from the date he/she reaches the “age of majority”. The claim would be governed by Section 52-577d of the Connecticut General Statutes. Such claims must be filed on or before the day before the claimant reaches the age of forty-eight (48). According to Section 52-577e of the Connecticut General Statutes, there is no statute of limitations for claims against abusers who have been convicted of First Degree Sexual Assault.
If you have any questions about the applicability of the Statute of Limitations statutes in Connecticut or elsewhere, contact our Child Sex Abuse Lawyers at (phone number) or use the confidential Case Submission Form.
Sex Offender Registry Lists-
To access the sex offender registry lists in various states, please visit the following web address: www.communitynotification.com.
Resource for Survivors of Sexual Violence-
A great resource for survivors of sexual violence is the Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Center. For more information, contact (888)-999-5545 or www.connsacs.org.