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Many former patients of Dr. Reginal Archibald a former pediatric specialist at Rockefeller University Hospital have come forward, stating that the doctor sexually assaulted them during so-called routine physical exams.

These sexual assaults included touching their genitals, forcing them to masturbate in front of him, and taking naked pictures of them.

Rockefeller Hospital, released a report admitting that Dr. Reginald Archibald sexually abused child patients and that hospital management was aware of complaints against the doctor during his tenure at the hospital.

Although Dr. Archibald is no longer alive, victims now have an opportunity to seek justice under a new law. The Child Victims Act, signed earlier this year by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, allows adult victims of childhood sexual abuse a one-year window to file civil lawsuits, regardless of when the abuse happened.


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    Claims Can Be Filed Until August 14th, 2021. If you were a victim please call Marc Wites for a FREE CONSULTATION at the Wites Law Firm


    Marc A. Wites is the founder of The Wites Law Firm. He directs the firms trial and litigation practice.

    Marc is an experienced trial lawyer. He has obtained multiple multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements in his 25-year legal career.

    Marc is the author of The New York Litigation Guide, Florida Litigation Guide and Florida Causes of Action, which are all widely relied upon by plaintiff and defense lawyers as their “go to” legal research and practice guides.

    Marc has been named as a Florida Super Lawyer From 2009-2023. These honors were the result of voting by members of the Florida Bar.

    Marc was born in Queens, New York, and raised in Coral Springs, Florida. He lives in Boca Raton with his wife and two sons.

    Marc is experienced and trustworthy, but also relentless, all of which are very important attributes you should require for the lawyer you hire to represent you.








    It all began during the 2004-2005 school year, when a Palm Beach County Elementary School Teacher abused 4 girls in his third-grade class, all of South American decent and from families that had only recently moved to the United States.  The girls are known as the Janie Does.

    Unbeknownst to the Janie Does or their parents, this was not the first time the teacher was accused of engaging in such horrific conduct.  Two years earlier, during the 2002-2003 school year, another young – also girl of South American decent and with parents with limited English skills – had the courage to tell her parents that the teacher was abusing her in the same fashion. The next day after telling her parents, they all went to the School to report it.  According to the family, the Vice-Principal, however, refused to believe them. He remained in the classroom and abused the Janie Does 2 years later.

    Ultimately, after 11 years of litigation, and on the eve of trial, the School Board relented, and agreed to a record-breaking $3.6 million dollar settlement for the Janie Does. One of the Janie Does explained her experience this way: “Many victims feel like it’s their fault and that they are accountable for what happened to them in some way. I’m here to say that it’s not your fault, and you are not alone. Don’t be afraid to speak up.”

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    “As a young boy, my parents took me to see a well-known physician because they were concerned that I was quite short.

    I was ushered into the doctor’s office without my parents and told to undress. At his direction, I sat on his lap where he proceeded to fondle me and then photograph me in very embarrassing positions. Since he was a man of such authority, and I was just a boy, I never told my parents about it (until years later) and carried around the shame of that experience for my entire life.

    More than 50 years later, I responded to an online ad from Marc Wites of the Wites Law Firm and found Marc to be a caring and sensitive person on the other end of my phone call. He was always respectful and communicated very clearly. At no time did I feel any pressure or judgement. He personally handled my case and efficiently guided me through each step of the process right up until the end.

    The case was settled very quickly for quite a large sum of money and there was no question in my mind that it was Marc’s experience and expertise that allowed this case to come to conclusion so quickly and painlessly for me. Marc is an honest and decent guy who handled my case incredibly professionally. I highly recommend working with Marc and the Wites Law Firm. “



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      The law will now allow people who were abused decades ago to sue Rockefeller Hospital for the conduct of Dr. Archibald. The New York Senate just passed the Child Victims Act, which would establish a one-year look back period during which victims with claims that are barred by the statute of limitations would be able to bring a lawsuit. In other words, no matter how long ago the abuse occurred, victims of Dr. Archibald may come forward for a period of one-year and bring a claim that will not be dismissed or thrown out because they waited too long to sue. The new law will also allow all people going forward until age 55 to bring sexual abuse lawsuits. According to the New York Times, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo “has promised to sign the bill into law.

      Victims of sexual assault and abuse can sue for money damages, such as money for pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages.

      Maybe. If your case is not settled prior to filing a lawsuit, you likely will have to testify in the lawsuit. If you hire our law firm, we will do everything reasonably possible to prepare you for your testimony, and we will be sitting by your side during your testimony.

      You need not live in or near New York to bring a claim. Many victims of Dr. Archibald have since moved away from New York. It does not matter where you live. Wites Law Firm can file your case in New York regardless of where you live. We have experienced attorneys that are admitted to practice in New York, and Wites Law Firm has litigated cases in New York in the past.

      Many victims of Dr. Archibald are believed to now live in Florida. Wites Law Firm is located in Florida, and represents victims who now live in Florida.

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