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Richmond, Virginia Catholic Diocese IRP (Independent Reconciliation Program)
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Richmond, Virginia announced that it has gone live with its program to compensate victims of clergy sex abuse.
In order to qualify, you may need an Independent Reconciliation Program Lawyer, also known as an IRP Lawyer or IRP Attorney.
The Catholic Church sex abuse scandal continues to make news with more and more victims coming out to claim the help they need.
Many of these victims don’t get the full compensation they deserve.
Do not miss your opportunity for monetary compensation.
Attorney Jordan Merson has been successful in helping numerous sex abuse victims of the catholic church get the compensation they need and deserve, with child sex abuse caseswith the New York IRCP, the Syracuse IRCP, the Buffalo IRCP, and the Philadelphia IRRP.
Jordan Merson and his firm, Merson Law, have been featured on many prominent media outlets for championing justice for sexual abuse victims.
And now Merson Law is representing church sex victims of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Richmond.
Independent Reconciliation Program (IRP) for Victim-Survivors of Abuse Information
On February 17, 2020, the Diocese of Richmond, Virginia (the “Diocese”) announced the formation of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond Independent Reconciliation Program (IRP) to compensate victims of clergy sexual abuse of minors by clergy of the Diocese of Richmond.
The Diocese has retained BrownGreer PLC, to administrate the IRP and to begin work effective immediately.
The key features of the Richmond Diocese IRP are as follows:
The Richmond IRP is purely voluntary; no individual is required to participate in the Program.
To register, please provide you name, contact information, and a summary description of the nature of the claim, including the dates and location of the abuse and name of the perpetrator. Or simply contact us.
New complaints of abuse received through the Richmond IRP must be reported to the local office of the District Attorney and to the Diocese for review. This is extremely complicated and daunting.
Individuals who previously submitted a complaint of sexual abuse of minors to the Diocese but have not settled or received compensation will have an opportunity to seek compensation from the Richmond IRCP.
Individuals who have not previously filed a complaint with the Diocese may register to participate in the Program on or before April 3, 2020.
Eligible claims will be paid October of this year.
Survivors who claimed abuse by lay teachers or members of religious orders will not receive compensation from the Richmond fund. It is limited to individuals abused by priests or deacons.
Get the help that you need in maximizing your compensation before the end of the Richmond Diocese IRP.
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