Jeff Herman a well-renowned attorney and advocate for casualties of sexual assault, sexual manhandle and sexual misuse. He has committed his career to uncovering sexual stalkers and the foundations protecting them due to his breaking the silence commitment. The trailblazing lawyer is credited for discovering a sexual abuse scandal involving clergy in the Archdiocese of Miami as well as dioceses all over the country. He managed to win a $100 million verdict representing a sexually abused client by a priest in 2011. He made headlines when he recently served several men against Kevin Clash the former Elmo puppeteer in a sexual abuse lawsuit.
Herman Law, which is Jeff Herman’s law firm which is based in Boca Raton, is committed solely to representing casualties of sexual manhandle in a civil lawsuit countrywide. The prominent lawyer keeps on “shining the light” even outside the courts. He has featured in the New York Times, New York magazine, Forbes and USA Today as well as appearing as an expert on MSNBC, FOX, CNN and HLN. Jeff Herman has been perceived for his remarkable child forensic interviewing procedures as well as training experts from different child welfare associations on assisting sexually abused children to recuperate through disclosure.
During a recent interview, Jeff Herman stated that he believes that passion plays a critical role in the professional success of a person along with motivation, experience, drive, and education. In the same interview he mentioned that though technological improvements have opened up many opportunities for the current society, a variety of groups have been left vulnerable than before to possibly deviant behavior. In an example, the latest technology has created a more straightforward way for an adult in authority, or worse, a pedophile to get in touch with a child; this also means the individual in question leaves a digital fingerprint which in turn allows a law enforcer to track the culprit and garner enough evidence to prosecute the criminals. Jeff Herman summed up the interview by stating that social media requires non stop watchful eyes of local communities, law enforcement, good Samaritans as well as families much like anything else.