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Q: Can i sue my childhood treatment care foster parent for molestation if its been years but i was under the age of 13?

Currently 27, i was in the care of these parents from 2007 to 2009 in the time frame of me being under their care my foster dad molested me on many occasions. Since then ive struggled with severe anxiety and deep depression its made it extremely hard to function over the years but have really came... Read more »

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Q: Can you sue your old foster parents for molestation if it has been years? and you were a minor.

I was a foster child under the care of B**** & S**** K**** at ages ( 10 - 13 ) they were under Hogares Inc which i googled and saw they are permanently closed. Anyway i came out to my foster mom at the time and she continued to not do anything about it. As the adult i am today stress, Anxiety,... Read more »

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Q: Can you sue your old foster parents for molestation if it has been years? and you were a minor.

I was a foster child under the care of B**** & S**** K**** at ages ( 10 - 13 ) they were under Hogares Inc which i googled and saw they are permanently closed. Anyway i came out to my foster mom at the time and she continued to not do anything about it. As the adult i am today stress, Anxiety,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Sexual Harassment for New Mexico on
Q: My employer condones and actively participates in foul language when addressing me as a female employee.

He says " get out of you don't like it! Drops insulting and unprofessional words during training of new employees. Is very crude and upsetting to this female employee What do I do? I consider this a very hostile workplace. He is offensive and disrespectful during meetings,... Read more »

Trent A. Howell
Trent A. Howell
answered on Mar 6, 2018

Depending on the circumstances, a "hostile environment" can amount to discrimination under the New Mexico Human Rights Act (“NMHRA”), NMSA § 28-1-1 et seq., and/or Title VII. In Ocana v. American Furniture Co., 135 N.M. 539, 91 P.3d 58, 66 (2004), the New Mexico Supreme Court... Read more »

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