Weitz & Luxenberg believes in providing sexual abuse victims with the strongest legal representation possible. The nearly 500-member powerhouse firm of Weitz & Luxenberg P.C. offers a forceful and cohesive team of attorneys to fight for sexual abuse victims.
We have the experience and resources necessary to bring big organizations to justice. Attorneys at Weitz & Luxenberg have proven this by making organizations who have harmed others pay tens of millions of dollars in compensation and change their ways.
Paul J. Pennock
Paul has been protecting the rights of victims of organizational indifference for three decades. He believes in justice, and has dedicated his life to getting it for those who need his help. During his time advocating for the underrepresented, Paul has recovered substantial amounts of compensation for his clients. He has also worked to promote rights and gain legal protections for those in our society who are underserved. He has achieved some of the largest successes in his field and now turned his legal mind and significant skills to help survivors of child sexual abuse.
Samantha understands that survivors of child sexual abuse have unique needs when they are looking for a lawyer to work with them. Samantha knows from her experience as a former special victims prosecutor that for survivors of child sexual abuse justice has many layers and is an important start toward making the victim whole again. Samantha patiently listens to the survivors she meets knowing that their stories are key to making these crimes see the light of day. Samantha has dedicated her career to working with the victims of these intimate crimes and working with them to gain back the pieces of what was taken from them.
Jonathan M. Sedgh
Jon believes with all his heart that everyone is worthy of the deepest respect. He wants to help survivors obtain the serious attention they need and deserve. Working with survivors on the legal front allows him to strive to get them the justice they have a right to receive. Jon abhors organizations that allow their members to prey on vulnerable populations. He turns his significant legal talents to making them pay for the way survivors were treated.