Under Illinois law an action for damages for personal injury based on childhood sexual abuse must be commenced within 20 years of the date the limitation period begins to run under subsection (d) or within 20 years of the date the person abused discovers or through the use of reasonable diligence should discover both (i) that the act of childhood sexual abuse occurred and (ii) that the injury was caused by the childhood sexual abuse.
You've waited until the very end. ACT FAST NOW. Time may already have run out. Hire a lawyer. Get an investigations started. It will cost you some but don't delay anymore.
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