25-21,299. Civil action authorized; recovery; attorney's fees and costs; injunctive relief.

(1) Any trafficking victim or his or her parent or legal guardian who suffered or continues to suffer personal or psychological injury as a result of such human trafficking may bring a civil action against any person who knowingly (a) engaged in human trafficking of such victim within this state or (b) aided or assisted with the human trafficking of such victim within this state.

(2) A plaintiff who prevails in a civil action brought pursuant to the Human Trafficking Victims Civil Remedy Act may recover his or her actual damages plus any and all attorney's fees and costs reasonably associated with the civil action. In addition to all other remedies available under the act, the court may also award temporary, preliminary, and permanent injunctive relief as the court deems necessary and appropriate.

Source:Laws 2015, LB294, ยง 3.