Broadbent Sexual Abuse Lawsuit

Were You a Patient of Dr. David Broadbent?

You May be Entitled to Compensation.

  • Over 40 Years of Experience
  • More Than $3 Billion Secured for Our Clients
  • Thousands of Lives Changed


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As reported in the media, lawsuits have been filed on behalf of dozens of women alleging sexual battery, sexual abuse, and intentional infliction of emotional distress at the hands of Provo, Utah, OBGYN Dr. David Broadbent over the course of a 40+ year career.

The lawsuits allege that Intermountain Healthcare (Utah Valley Hospital) and MountainStar Healthcare (Timpanogos Regional Hospital) negligently enabled Broadbent in carrying out his mistreatment of some patients, despite allegations of years of misconduct and abuse.

If you were a patient of and have concerns about the conduct of Dr. Broadbent, please contact us for a free evaluation, with no obligation to move forward with a case.

If You Were a Patient of Dr. Broadbent, Don’t Suffer in Silence

Get the Justice You Deserve Today From One of the Nation’s Leading Law Firms

Janet, Janet & Suggs (JJS) has been on the front lines of advising and representing thousands of women who were victimized by their physicians, including Dr. George Tyndall at University of Southern California (USC) and Dr. Nikita Levy at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Our attorneys have been awarded dozens of national accolades for competence and ethics—and bring a record of delivering “historic” justice not just in clear-cut cases, but in cases where other preeminent law firms haven’t recognized the merits. Our in-house medical experts and years of experience in high-profile cases provide us with an advantage that works in your favor.

As a national law firm with a 40+ year track record, we have the financial wherewithal to advance substantial case costs on your behalf to put you in the best possible position to recover the compensation you deserve. And you’ll never have to pay attorneys’ fees or case costs unless your case is won.

We treat every client with the care and compassion we would want for ourselves and our families.

Meet Our Sexual Abuse Division Leaders

The team includes, among others:

  • Richard M. Serbin, who the media has described as a “crusader” for survivors of sexual abuse
  • Andrew S. Janet, who has represented hundreds of sexual abuse survivors, including women who were sexually exploited by an OBGYN at USC’s university health center
  • Patrick Thronson, who has represented survivors of clergy sexual abuse and human trafficking, as well as hundreds of women who were sexually abused by an “OBGYN” who obtained a medical license under false pretenses
  • Matthew White, who advocates for victims that suffered through sexual abuse as children at the hands of religious organizations and in other institutional settings
  • Howard A. Janet, a compassionate advocate for sexual abuse survivors who has won record-breaking recoveries in a wide range of high-profile cases
  • Adina Katz, who has represented children in a wide range of abuse and neglect cases
  • Rita M. Gribko, has over 25 years of litigation experience in civil, family, and criminal practice—most significantly representing survivors of childhood sexual abuse

Featured Verdicts and Settlements

At Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC, our experienced team has a proven track record of taking on tough cases involving some of the nation’s largest and prestigious organizations…and winning. We leave no stone unturned to recover life-changing compensation for them. The following are three high-profile cases involving sexual abuse by OBGYNs.

  • $842.4 Million—University of Southern California/Dr. George Tyndall Sexual Abuse
    This settlement on behalf of plaintiffs who brought litigation against USC related to sexual abuse, assault, and harassment by Dr. George Tyndall is the largest known settlement in a sexual abuse case in U.S. history, as well as the largest known personal injury settlement against a university. JJS represented 139 of the 702 plaintiffs.
  • $243.6 Million—University of California, Los Angeles/Dr. James Heaps Sexual Abuse
    This settlement, on behalf of 203 plaintiffs (of which JJS represented 27), is part of a larger group of settlements totaling nearly $700 million recovered from UCLA for their part in the sexual abuse, assault, and harassment of patients by Dr. Heaps.

  • $190 Million—The Johns Hopkins Hospital Sexual Abuse
    One of the largest in U.S. history for a case of this nature, this class action settlement was called "a historic day" not only for the victims of Dr. Nikita Levy but for the United States civil justice system. Johns Hopkins' liability was founded on its failure to establish procedures and adequately oversee the care provided by its OBGYN department, including the presence of a chaperone during its pelvic examinations. This led to the sexual abuse of women through unnecessary gynecological/exams and illicit photos. JJS served as co-lead counsel.

Contact Janet, Janet & Suggs Today

As a patient, you should be able to trust that the doctors and medical professionals providing you with care are trustworthy, trained, and professional individuals who have been thoroughly vetted and are providing appropriate care, not physicians seeking to manipulate and exploit their patients. For too long, it appears Utah Valley Hospital and Timpanogos Regional Hospital allowed accusations and reports of inappropriate behavior and unlawful activity to circulate without taking appropriate action to ensure patients were protected.

If you believe you were a victim of Dr. Broadbent, please contact the attorneys at Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC today. You don’t pay us anything unless and until we recover compensation on your behalf. Any information you share with us is always confidential to the extent permissible by law.

Seek the justice you deserve today.

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