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Starting the month of September, 2014, we have decided to allow advertising on our website that we feel is valuable to our users. If you are a lawyer or law firm that specializes in sexual assault civil claims there is a tremendous opportunity for you to help the thousands of users of this website.

About our traffic:

For many years, our website has been the #1 website in Google and other search engines for sexual assault related lawyer queries. Our website receives approximately 7400 pageviews per month (July, 2014) relating to sexual assault and child sexual abuse lawsuit information. It is the #1 ranking website in Google for terms such as "sue for sexual assault", "sexual assault lawsuit", "sexual assault in Canada", and thousands of more sexual assault legal related queries. This includes positions for searches relating to sexual assault claims against priests, teachers, and other situations of vicarious liability.

Sponsorships receive:

Their firm name, number, and/or email contact information on every page of our website along with any call to action words of your choice (both above and below the fold).

For sponsorship inquires please contact us at contact@sexassault.ca


Disclaimer: All information on this page is of a general nature and may not apply to any specific circumstance. It is not to be construed as legal advice or presumed to be completely accurate, or infinitely up to date. If you have questions regarding your case, please contact a local lawyer immediately because there are time limitations on civil claims. Failure to contact a local lawyer immediately could prevent you from making a claim.

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