Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC has been on the forefront of sexual assault litigation, and our attorneys have extensive experience representing survivors of sexual assault at every stage in both criminal and civil cases.
We provide comprehensive representation so that you can focus on your healing process while we advocate for you and your rights in the courtroom. This provides you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing your case is in the hands of experienced trial advocates who will aggressively protect your rights.
Our prime concern is making sure our clients feel safe, comfortable, heard, and empowered every step of the way. We understand that every survivor’s experience is unique, so we individualize our approach to each case, and use trauma-informed practices to advocate for our clients from beginning to end.
Sexual Assault Claims
Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC and has a track record of success in holding businesses, organizations, and educational institutions accountable.
- Ledezma v. Young Life
- This case involves a woman who was sexually assaulted by a coworker while working at a Young Life camp. Young Life ignored the sexual assault and failed to investigate it.
- John Doe et al. v. ABC University – Resolved Summer 2020
- This case involved college athletes from a nationally ranked university who had experienced physical and sexual abuse at the hands of their coaches that was ignored by their university. The settlement for this case amounted to $3.13 million and also included university policy changes regarding sexual assault.
- Prairie Middle School Students v. Cherry Creek School District – Resolved Fall of 2018
- In 2017, news broke that Brian Vasquez, a teacher employed by the Cherry Creek School District, had been sexually assaulting his middle-school students over the course of five years. Rathod | Mohamedbhai was honored and privileged to represent the survivors who had suffered from his abuse. The case ultimately resulted in an $11.5 million settlement as well as significant changes to school district policy, widespread trainings for both teachers and students, and the provision of mental health resources for students and parents. Mr. Vasquez pled guilty and is serving a sentence of 40 years to life in prison.
- Wilson v. Jonathan Pauling et al. – Jury Verdict Issued Fall 2015
- This case involved Amanda Wilson, who had been violently sexually assaulted, strangled, and bitten by her boss, Jonathan Pauling, causing her significant emotional and psychological distress as well as the loss of her job. A Denver District Court jury found for Ms. Wilson on three claims for relief: assault, battery, and intentional interference with contract. Combined with the jury verdict and pre-judgment interest, Ms. Wilson’s award amounted to $6.3 million
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