Child Abuse Compensation FAQs – Can I make a claim?
Jordans Solicitors understand that in any childhood abuse claim, the abuse of trust can be the most difficult aspect to come to terms with. If you have been subjected to abuse from someone who was in a position of trust, such as a carer, parent or professional, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Our team of specialist abuse solicitors understand that making a claim for abuse can be extremely difficult, stressful and upsetting, which is why they can help you through every step of your case. Our legal experts have successfully represented in Court cases many difficult abuse victims, involving:
• Sexual Abuse– This includes any kind of indecent assault or molestation which has involved the forcing of undesired sexual behaviour.
• Physical Abuse– This can include physical injuries such as being beaten, hit, cut or burnt as well as being confined or restrained against your will.
• Neglect – this can be a failure to provide basic living or protection from harm and can include food, water, heating, adequate housing and healthcare.
Whether you have suffered abuse as a child, or you are a parent or carer who is working on behalf of an abused child, arrange a free, no obligation consultation with a member of our team to learn more about the claims process.
To see how Jordans Solicitors can help you please call our dedicated child abuse department number on 0800 9555 094 or request a call-back.