Here to Help Victims Find the Resources They Need
Hello there! I’m Rosenberg Morse, and I’m a blogger who cares greatly about victims’ rights. I created this website to help victims like you find the resources they need following an accident or crime committed against them. I believe that all victims have rights and should be treated with respect and courtesy.
When you’ve been injured in an accident, or someone has committed a crime against you, you’re entitled to receive the information you need in a timely fashion to help you get through this difficult experience.
What Is a Victims Advocate and How Can They Help You?
Victims advocates work to support victims of crimes or personal injuries. The aftermath of a crime or injury can sometimes be stressful, and you may need some help finding the services and information you need. Traversing the web for information can be overwhelming, so this website is intended to provide you with useful and invaluable information all in one place. Though I’m not a victims advocate myself, I can point you toward resources that victims advocates often provide. I have a similar goal to most advocates: helping victims get the help they need.
What Types of Information Do I Provide?
Victims often need help finding information that will assist them with their case, or assistance with learning where and how to find information on other websites.
For instance, if you’re in need of a police report, you will need to learn how to request a report from a police agency.
This website is geared toward victims and no one else. Here, you will find everything you need to get you through the aftermath of an injury or a crime committed against you.
On this site you can find information on the following:
- Where to find mental health services
- How to obtain police and other records
- Statistics on crimes and injuries
- Information on how the criminal legal system works
- Information on how to file a civil claim against someone who hurt you
- Information on victims’ rights
- Useful tips on avoiding victimization
- Useful tips on avoiding injury accidents
- Information on how to remain safe in your community
- Information on how to obtain services such as transportation and shelter
- How to file a restraining order
The above is not a complete list of all the information I am committed to providing victims, but it should give you an idea of what I do.
Are You a Victim of a Crime or Injury?
As a victim, you have rights. I believe in minimizing the aftereffects of an accident or crime and preventing the re-victimization that comes from victims not feeling they are being treated fairly and are unable to receive the support they need. Here, I hope you will find the resources you are looking for.