New Port Richey Omegle Lawsuit Lawyer

March 16, 2023 | Attorney, Matthew Dolman

Omegle was intended to be a platform for people to connect with others all over the world. Although it was to bring a sense of community, predators took advantage of the young people using this website and sexually abused or exploited them. 

If you or a loved one suffered abuse on Omegle, a New Port Richey Omegle lawsuit lawyer with Dolman Law Group will help you recover damages for your injuries.

An Overview of Omegle

With advances in technology, the world has become a smaller place, making it easier to communicate with people globally. However, with online platforms such as Omegle, many people have been deceived to find love or friendship. Some users are even finding out that the person they are speaking to is a sexual predator.

Omegle is a video chat site where users can meet others to make new connections. Leif K-Brooks created the site in 2009, and since then, it has gained popularity among millions of users worldwide. Users can create their profiles on Omegle and start chatting with others immediately. 

Allowing Children Access to Explicit Content

Users can join Omegle through its website or mobile app. Once registered, users can search for strangers to converse with, or the site will match users based upon mutual interests. While the site is for users 18+, children 13+ are permitted to join with a parent's permission and supervision.

Dangers of Using Omegle

Beware of these potential dangers when using Omegle:

  • The main danger of using Omegle is that it allows users to converse with anyone. Deception is present among Omegle users, with many predators seeking unsuspecting children or young adults to abuse.
  • Predators will coerce young users to perform sexual acts and take explicit photos and videos. Some users have even reported repeated abuse over a few years. 
  • Predators feel protected using Omegle due to its anonymity and ability to move on from users quickly. Alternatively, they may seek to gain the trust of younger users to recruit more abuse victims. 
  • While Omegle does not condone explicit content on its site, they do little to prevent the abuse. There are no safeguards for verifying ages or matching users based on age when looking to connect.

Reporting Omegle to the Police

If you have been abused while speaking to another Omegle user, it is important to report that person to Omegle and the local police. The same goes for any fraudulent activities that may have taken place.

Keep in mind that you may not always be able to identify the perpetrator because of the anonymity provided by Omegle. Share any information you have on the person to see if finding them is possible. Regardless, filing a police report against an Omegle user or the company itself is step one to filing a legal claim.

Marsha's Law

Marsha's Law grants certain protections to minors who have suffered personal injury. For example, victims of sexual abuse can recover damages from someone who creates, shares, or has child pornography. Omegle users may fall under this category. Although identifying the perpetrator is not always possible, the damage needs to be accounted for.

Many victims of Omegle are asked to provide sexual pictures or videos of themselves performing sex acts or of their bodies; these images are then sent to the predator. This makes the predator liable for their actions and any actions that follow the images or videos, such as further distribution to other predators.

The following stipulations must be met for Marsha's Law to be considered as a form of legal recourse:

  • The statute of limitations for victims allows them to file a lawsuit up to 10 years after they turn 18 or 10 years after they discover the abuse.
  • Victims can seek $150,000 in damages even if the actual damage is less than that amount.
  • Victims can seek punitive damages, including compensation for litigation costs.

Compensation from an Omegle Lawsuit

As a victim of abuse, you have the right to seek compensation for the damages and injuries taken against you. Victims of Omegle abuse can seek compensation for physical and emotional injuries, including:

Each abuse case is unique and will require different treatment options; a personal injury lawyer can guide you on which damages to include in your lawsuit against Omegle.

Hiring a New Port Richey Omegle Lawsuit Lawyer from Dolman Law Group

To bring a case against Omegle, an attorney on our team will help you understand how the law works and your options for compensation.

We will provide you with the following services:

  • Investigating your claim of abuse and trying to find the responsible party
  • Guiding you through the legal process while answering your questions
  • Talking to other parties, like Omegle's representatives for you
  • Creating and filing a lawsuit on your behalf
  • Representing you during negotiations with the other party

Your New Port Richey Lawyer Will Take Your Omegle Case on Contingency

At Dolman Law Group, we do not accept any upfront fees or work on an hourly basis. If we take your case, we will begin work right away. We will only accept payment if we win or settle your case against Omegle. If we lose your case, we will not ask for money for our services.

We believe everyone is entitled to retain legal services when needed most, regardless of financial status. If we win your case, you can pay our fees directly out of your final payout, ensuring that no money leaves your own pocket.

Hire an Omegle Lawsuit Lawyer with Dolman Law Group Today

If you or a loved one suffered abuse while using Omegle, we at Dolman Law Group are available to aid your family in filing a lawsuit against the brand. Call us to receive a free case review. Your case will be confidential and treated with respect.

New Port Richey Office
5924 Main St
New Port Richey, FL 34652
(727) 477-9660


Matthew Dolman

Personal Injury Lawyer

This article was written and reviewed by Matthew Dolman. Matt has been a practicing civil trial, personal injury, products liability, and mass tort lawyer since 2004. He has successfully fought for more than 11,000 injured clients and acted as lead counsel in more than 1,000 lawsuits. Always on the cutting edge of personal injury law, Matt is actively engaged in complex legal matters, including Suboxone, AFFF, and Ozempic lawsuits.  Matt is a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum for resolving individual cases in excess of $1 million and $2 million, respectively. He has also been selected by his colleagues as a Florida Superlawyer and as a member of Florida’s Legal Elite on multiple occasions. Further, Matt has been quoted in the media numerous times and is a sought-after speaker on a variety of legal issues and topics.

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