Claims process open for victims of Philadelphia clergy abuse
1 month ago - By Miami Herald
Officials from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia have agreed to pay uncapped compensation offers for victims of child sexual abuse by clergy as part of a claims process that...
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Claims process opens for some Pennsylvania victims of clergy sex abuse
1 month ago - By The Morning Call
Victims of child sexual abuse by clergy in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia can begin filing claims as part of a victim compensation fund. Claims administrators said Tuesday they sent 342 packets to survivors who had previously reported credible allegations. They say the archdiocese...
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