Dr. George Tyndall of the University of Southern California (USC) allegedly abused patients from 1989 and 2016. He reportedly committed inappropriate actions during routine medical visits at USC during his entire 30 years in the role. This has led to a potential of over 10,000 student victims who experienced the alleged abuse. The number of women Dr. Tyndall allegedly abused continues to grow as more victims report what happened.
What If I Was One of Dr. Tyndall’s Patients at USC?
If you received gynecological care at USC between 1989 and 2016, you might be a victim of Dr. Tyndall’s alleged abuse. Your recollection of Dr. Tyndall’s inappropriate actions may be an important component of the growing legal case against him and USC.
The allegations against Dr. Tyndall accuse him of the following inappropriate actions:
- Unapproved photography of medical exams;
- Inappropriate touching during medical exams;
- Using racially and culturally insensitive language;
- Having inappropriate requirements for medical exams;
- Asking inappropriate questions about students’ past history;
- Making inappropriate and suggestive comments; and
- Performing pelvic exams without using gloves.
What Will Happen If I Come Forward?
It is normal to feel overwhelmed and afraid to come forward in this type of case.
However, you are not alone.
A lawyer will assist you every step of the way. Your lawyer can work with you to find justice, seek compensation where it is due, and protect your identity as much as possible. They may still be able to take the necessary legal actions while protecting your identity.
Why Should I Share My Story?
Every single woman in this case matters. By sharing your story, you can help bring consequences to Dr. Tyndall and USC. You can also lead the way for other affected women to come forward.
If you decide you want to publicly tell your story, a lawyer will be with you every step of the way. They will help you prepare your testimony and educate you on the necessary legal steps to take. When everyone comes together to fight as a group, they can bring awareness to the problem.
These instances of alleged abuse and inappropriate behavior should have never happened, and USC should have never covered them up. A lawyer will work with you to hold USC liable.
How Will an Attorney Assist Me With This Case?
Working with an attorney may offer a number of benefits.
A Complimentary and Confidential Consultation
By offering you a complimentary and confidential legal consultation, your lawyer can get to know the specific details of your case. It is normal to have some questions when you start this legal process. During this initial consultation, you will also have the ability to ask any legal questions or voice any concerns.
Help Gathering the Necessary Legal Information
The case is complex may even require litigation. Your lawyer will work to obtain sufficient evidence against Dr. Tyndall and USC. Each individual story brings new light to the case and assists us in finding justice where it is due. We will also help you calculate the fair compensation you deserve.
Assistance Bringing Awareness to the Problem
The events surrounding Dr. Tyndall and USC are troubling. USC received numerous complaints about Dr. Tyndall’s inappropriate, abusive actions. The university not only ignored these reports, but might have attempted to cover them up, as well.
By bringing attention to the case, you may help develop awareness and prevent a situation like this from happening again.
How Can I Talk to a USC Sexual Abuse Lawyer Today?
Former patients of Dr. Tyndall may feel overwhelmed and afraid of coming forward. You may be able to remain confidential. Call 877-385-9792 today to request your complimentary and confidential consultation with a USC sexual abuse lawyer.