As a child, if you were the victim of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse then the Personal Injury team at Osbornes can help you claim compensation.
We know and understand that financial compensation can never erase the distress caused by the abuse you suffered. However, it can go some way to help you rebuild and improve the quality of your lives and those of your families, who may also have suffered.
With this is mind it is always worth contacting Osbornes Solicitors to find out whether you have a chance of being successful in bringing a claim for compensation
How Osbornes solicitors handle child abuse claims
Our solicitors represent children, and adults who have been traumatised by memories of abuse that happened during childhood. Sometimes such memories may lay dormant until an event later in life triggers them.
We can help you to bring a claim against individual abusers, their employers, foster parents, children's homes, schools, social services departments which placed a child into care who was subsequently abused, or was negligent in protecting children being abused in care or at home.
Why choose Osbornes to represent you
Our team is led by Wendy Wright and Stuart Kightley, both of whom are members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. The department is also ranked for expertise and client care in independent legal directories.
Child abuse law is complex and still developing. With this in mind it is important to speak with a firm who specialise in child abuse claims.
You can rest assured that your experience will be treated with total confidentiality and the upmost respect - just as you would expect from professional lawyers.
What you should do next?
On contacting us you will speak in confidence to a member of our personal injury team who will ask you specific details about your injury including where and when it took place. It is helpful to the claims process if you can provide us with as much information as possible, including any relevant pictures of the injury, pictures of where the injury took place, details of any witnesses and reports of any medical treatment you had as a result of the injury.
We will then be able to advise you on whether or not you can make a claim for compensation.