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Victims of Sexual Exploitation & Abuse by Dr. Robert Hadden Can Finally Get Justice & Compensation

For nearly a quarter of a century, Hadden manipulated his professional status and the trust placed in him to sexually exploit women and girls while serving as a physician at Columbia University.

Throughout this period, administrators at Columbia University and New York-Presbyterian Hospital chose to ignore the reports of Hadden's misconduct, effectively gaslighting patients and the general public.

Despite a directive from a State Agency to inform all of Hadden's patients about his criminal conviction, Columbia University has declined to inform thousands of patients about Hadden's license revocation due to his career-long sexual misconduct.

We aim to hold Columbia University responsible for the abuse they permitted Robert Hadden to perpetrate, to prevent such incidents from recurring.

If you possess information about Hadden's abuse or Columbia's cover-up that spanned decades, we urge you to contact us, and we can guarantee complete confidentiality and absolute anonymity.

The battle to hold those responsible for the decades-long abuse of women and girls at Columbia University's medical facilities continues, and we're initiating a new series of lawsuits against the institutions that facilitated Robert Hadden's actions.

While a significant number of Hadden's victims have already stepped forward, there are still thousands of women who deserve justice and compensation.

We encourage victims of sexual exploitation and abuse by Dr. Robert Hadden to request a free, private case evaluation for potential justice and compensation.

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Columbia University & New York-Presbyterian Hospital Ignored Hadden's Misconduct

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by our experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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Victims of sexual assault at the hands of Dr. Robert Hadden at Columbia University and New York-Presbyterian Hospital, including those with emotional injury, may qualify for a case evaluation

For consumers that aren’t satisfied with the university’s or the hospital’s response to the claims of sexual assault by the doctor in their employ, we encourage you to request a free, private case review.

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A legal team led by a personal injury attorney will consider the facts of the case and the potential for compensation.

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Those that qualify will have an individual claim filed in a court of law for the justice and compensation they deserve.

Our attorneys know how to deal with universities and hospitals that choose to try and protect their reputations instead of choosing to protect the students and patients in their care.

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Who can help in moments of survivor response & assistance?

72% of campus law enforcement agencies have a staff member responsible for survivor response and assistance.

According to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), activities that may also be considered a form of hospital sexual abuse include:

Touching patients inappropriately, especially when it is not necessary for administering care.

Failing to use gloves while examining sexual organs.

Insisting that a patient reveal body parts not part of the medical examination.

Failure to tell a patient what they are doing and why they are doing it, particularly during a breast, vaginal, rectal, pelvic, or test exam.

Refusing to have another medical professional in the room when a patient requests.

There have been many sexual abuse lawsuits filed against hospitals and healthcare facilities that have recently gained public attention, such as:

In North Carolina, a woman filed a $50 million lawsuit against a hospital alleging a former medical director sexually molested her.

More than 80 individuals recently filed a lawsuit against a New York City hospital. The complaint claims that a former pediatric endocrinologist abused them while they were children under his care.

A Connecticut-certified nursing assistant confessed to sexually assaulting nearly 100 helpless, unconscious, or heavily medicated patients.

Since 1999, more than 3,100 doctors have faced disciplinary consequences for sexual assault.

Compensation Begins With A Free, Online Case Review

Victims of sexual assault at the hands of Dr. Robert Hadden at Columbia University and New York-Presbyterian Hospital deserve compensation and justice.

Sexual Assault Damage FAQ: Questions About Sexual Assault

What is the definition of sexual assault?

Sexual assault is an act in which one intentionally sexually touches another person without that person's consent or coerces or physically forces a person to engage in a sexual action against their will.

How can sexual assault affect the family and friends of the victim?

Family and friends of individuals who have been sexually assaulted experience emotional scarring, including a strong desire for revenge, a desire to "fix" the problem and move on, and a rationalization that "it wasn't that bad."

Is there a link between sexual assault and college athletics?

In 2015, a Texas A&M University professor and his colleagues analyzed over two decades' worth of FBI data, noting that reports of rape increased 15–57% around the times of major American Football games at Division 1 schools while attempting to find a link between campus rape and alcohol.

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Our team of attorneys has a track record of getting both justice and deserved compensation in sexual assault cases.

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