Fighting to keep people safe from corporate greed and self-interest is our passion. Whether you were injured by a dangerous drug or device, in an automobile accident, or suffered an injury in the workplace, we will aggressively battle for justice on your behalf. High quality representation of our clients is our top priority. The Feeney Law Firm will fight hard to get you the compensation you deserve.
At The Feeney Law Firm, we understand that filing a legal action and becoming involved in a lawsuit can seem overwhelming, especially if you are recovering from an injury, dealing with an illness, or having financial problems. We are here to help make that process as simple as possible for you and your family. Please do not be intimidated by attorneys working on behalf of large corporations or insurance companies. Hire our firm to level the playing field and do the legal work for you. We are here for you.
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“MOST OF ALL…..Thank you for the personal attention you and your firm have extended to me. I’m really just “Joe Citizen” and to receive this personal level of follow-up and personal attention is absolutely unprecedented in my 30 years of dealing with various attorneys and their respective firms. FEENEY LAW FIRM is undoubtedly a leader in the client relations category. No matter what the outcome….your group is a #1 and worthy of any qualified referrals I come across!!” Rich – Pekin, IL
“We as a whole have a tendency to be apprehensive when dealing with large law firms, or any law firm, for that matter, they tend to be all business, with little or no compassion. Feeney Law, is an exception to that rule, in particular Ms. Barbra Flowers. Ms. Flowers always took the time to answer my calls or return my call in a timely manner, Ms. Flowers was a ray of sunshine in another words a very gloomy time of my life, if Ms. Flowers is an example of how Feeney Law does business, then all I have to say is BROVO ZULU, keep up the good work, I can’t thank you enough.” Robert – Norfolk, VA
Maine sexual abuse survivor Robert Dupuis was only 12 years old in 1961 when Rev. John J. Curran began sexually abusing him.
The Michigan Legislature is considering bipartisan bills which, if passed, would give survivors of sexual abuse more time to bring their claims forward and file lawsuits against their abusers in the state of Michigan. The current law caps the civil statute of limitations for child sex abuse at age ...
In 2017, Leslie Lapayowker filed a lawsuit against Airbnb seeking to hold the company accountable for her sexual assault. The claim contends that the company was negligent in allowing her to rent a room from Carlos Del Olmo, a man who was previously accused of domestic violence.
Airbnb recently announced it will no longer enforce the mandatory arbitration clause in its terms of service for claims of sexual assault and harassment. Previously, in order to register on the site, users had to agree to the terms of service which was over 40 pages long.
A recent report by Bloomberg stated the shocking news that Airbnb, the online marketplace for lodging and rentals, receives thousands of sexual assault allegations every year from both guests and hosts, but the public only becomes aware of very few of them.
Airbnb paid an Australian woman, who was raped in a property rented via the site, $7 million as a settlement. The attack occurred in 2015 on New Year’s Eve in New York City. The victim and her friends picked up the keys to the property at a bodega near the ...
After lawyers for sex abuse victims argued that the original offer from the Boy Scouts to settle child sex abuse claims was too low, the parties announced on July 1, 2021 that they reached an agreement.
In April of 2021, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear signed House Bill 254 into law which enhances the penalties against predators who possess, view or distribute sexually exploitive material of a child younger than 12, making it a Class C felony and raising it to a Class B felony for subsequent ...
In May, Governor Kim Reynolds of Iowa, signed Senate File 562 into law which removes the criminal statute of limitations for sexual abuse and exploitation of a minor. Previously the law required that criminal charges be filed within 15 years of the victim turning 18, or age 33.
Following overwhelming support and being passed by the Louisiana Legislative Committee in May , the Louisiana Senate unanimously voted, 32-0, to remove the statute of limitations for child sex abuse victims to pursue civil claims in court. In addition, the passage of House Bill 492, also opens a 3-year revival ...