Those abused by trainer scott shaw at sjsu® may be entitled to compensation

Those abused by trainer scott shaw at sjsu® may be entitled to compensation

Multiple victims have now come forward to file individual claims after being abused by the university's Director of Sports Medicine.


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why victims are coming forward

Since 2008, Scott Shaw, the Director of sports medicine at san jose state university®, had taken advantage of his role by inappropriately touching female athletes.

Shaw is accused of touching female athletes after 17 members of the university's women's swimming and diving team accused him of inappropriate contact. Although an investigation first "cleared" him of any wrongdoing in 2009, the school re-opened the nearly 300-page file, leading Shaw to resign.

Those that attended San Jose State University® and were abused or taken advantage of by Scott Shaw are encouraged to come forward and receive a 100% free no-obligation legal case review with a qualified attorney.


San Jose State® Abuse In The News

may 2021

Former students and athletes begin to come forward and file individual claims after being abused or taken advantage of by Scott shaw.

february 2021

Scott Shaw is found responsible for misconduct after a state investigation is launched.

September 2020

Scott shaw steps down as allegations of past misconduct are raised by the university.

FEbruary 2010

SJSU® initially clears scott shaw of any wrongdoing after reports emerge highlighting his inappropriate contact with female athletes.

December 2009

After only working for san jose state university® for 1 year, scott shaw is investigated for abusing his power and inappropriately touching female athletes.

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