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Giving a voice to children after a tragic injury

The future of Baltimore lies in the hearts and minds of the city's children. Despite the love and care given by most parents, however, children remain among the most vulnerable to the negligence or intentional misconduct of other adults. When incidents happen, it can leave scars, both physical and emotional, that last a lifetime for the child.

Getting the help an injured child needs

Baltimore parents understand that their children need a great deal of love and care in order to thrive. While it is certainly not an easy task to be a parent, the challenge can become much more difficult, and the child's needs much more serious, when children are injured in tragic incidents.

Understanding the reality of sexual abuse in Maryland

There is nothing more important to Baltimore children than growing up in a loving and caring home. Children need love and support from responsible adults in order to grow and thrive. Unfortunately, this does not always happen, as many children are injured each year at the hands of those who are supposed to be looking out for their best interests.

Famed Hollywood director accused of sexual abuse

Most Baltimore children place a lot of trust in the adults in their life. Parents, teachers and others are seen as authority figures, leaders and mentors. It is unfathomable that those same adults, or any other adult, could be responsible for injuring the child. Yet, incidents of child injury happen to Baltimore-area children at the hands of adults, with tragic and long-lasting consequences.

Cases against Elmo puppeteer dismissed as untimely

When Baltimore children are injured, the effects of the injury can last a lifetime in certain instances. This includes not only physical child injury, but other forms of injuries as well that can result in permanent injury, including sexual abuse perpetrated by another person.

Puppeteer facing a number of sexual abuse lawsuits

A favorite children's character of Baltimore residents has recently made some unfortunate headlines. Kevin Clash, the puppeteer behind the character "Elmo," has become embroiled in a child sexual abuse scandal.

Report reveals Boy Scout officials failed to protect young children

As many Maryland residents may have heard, a disturbing report has emerged regarding one of America's most praised organizations. According to thousands of "perversion files" kept by the Boy Scouts of America, numerous young boys were victims of sexual abuse over the past few decades at the hands of Scout leaders.

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