Attorney Kristian Roggendorf

Kristian Roggendorf

Please find me at Vial Fotheringham! Mr. Kristian Spencer Roggendorf Vial Fotheringham LLP 17355 SW Boones Ferry Rd Ste A Lake Oswego OR  97035 Phone: 503 684-4111 Fax: 503 598-7758 Email  ksr@vf-law.com www.vf-law.com   For over 15 years, Kristian Roggendorf has been at the forefront of representing victims of child abuse in Oregon. He has helped define Oregon law through successful trials and appeals in lawsuits against the Boy Scouts, the Catholic Church, the Mormon Church, Jehovah's Witnesses, Oregon public school districts, and the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS), among others. Mr. Roggendorf has over 40 reported cases to his credit, including some of the most significant Oregon child abuse decisions since 2001.  He has also been instrumental in changing Oregon law surrounding waivers of liability in recreational facilities, securing the rights of the Deaf when incarcerated, and making municipal governments respect the rights of their citizens.

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Roggendorf Law LLC has moved to Vial Fotheringham!

 

http://images.citysearch.net/assets/imgdb/merchant/2011/3/28/0/nxrhPkMv81.jpegMr. Kristian Spencer Roggendorf
Vial Fotheringham LLP
17355 SW Boones Ferry Rd Ste A
Lake Oswego OR 97035
ksr@vf-law.com
Phone: 503 684-4111

 

 

Kristian Roggendorf remains one of the most skilled and experienced child abuse lawyers in the Pacific Northwest, and now has the resources of the West’s premier Homeowner Association law firms.  Primarily representing adult victims of institutions such as the Catholic Church, LDS Church, Boy Scouts, Oregon school districts, the Oregon Department of Human Services and other institutions responsible for the welfare of children, Kristian also represents plaintiffs in appeals and citizens who have had their property condemned, destroyed, or damaged by the government.

 

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If you are a victim of abuse, the first thing you must know is that the child abuse you suffered was never your fault.  Children cannot consent to sexual contact either legally or morally, and adults bear a heavy responsibility to maintain healthy, appropriate relationships with children at all times.  When it comes right down to it, you were just a kid.  If you haven’t already, go and find a therapist to talk to.  A convenient list of local Portland are therapists is here:  OAASIS.  Litigation is not the answer in every case, but it can often be a huge step on the road to your healing.