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JEFFREY A. PRESZLER



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Jeffrey A. Preszler is a managing lawyer at Preszler Injury Lawyers and practices exclusively in the area of plaintiff personal injury law, including institutional sexual abuse claims. Jeffrey would be honoured to represent you.

Sexual contact between an adult and a minor includes any touching of sexual or intimate parts for the purpose of gratifying sexual desire of either individual.

This can include, but is not limited to:

Inappropriate touching


Requesting personal favors in exchange for "rewards"


Derogatory, sexual or racist comments


Inappropriate photographing


Physical threats to keep the behavior a secret


Anyone who experienced sexual abuse as a minor in a place that should have been a safe environment, such as a church or school, may be entitled to compensation.

Institutions are often quick to protect those who harmed innocent victims instead of those who were harmed. To them, the reputation of their organization is more important than the lives of their victims that are forever changed.

Thanks to the changes to Limitations Acts in Canada, survivors may be eligible for compensation for past incidents of harm that institutions may have tried to cover up.

Help for Institutional Harm Survivors

Pursuing justice isn’t just about getting financial compensation--It can be just as much about healing & moving forward. 

Survivors can get a free consultation with our legal team to find out if they qualify for compensation for their past suffering.