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Child Abuse

Are you a child abuse survivor? Click here to find out more about how you can claim compensation.

Sexual Abuse

Have you been sexually abused by a spouse or close member of the family. We can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Elder Abuse

Elder abuse can take place in the home or in outside settings like care homes, if you have been the victim to this or a family member has, get in touch today and we can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Historic Abuse

Whilst there are time limitations to some abuse claims, our expert solicitors can navigate you through this muddled water and make claims of historic abuse even if they happened 30 years ago.

Do you have a question about abuse? Download our free abuse guide (pdf)

Abuse Claims For Compensation

Abuse can happen to anyone, and unfortunately it does. Whether you’re young or an adult, alone or surrounded by loved ones, abusers will do their best to isolate you and make you feel like it’s behaviour that you deserve. 

We’re here to tell you that it isn’t something that you deserve and there’s something that we can do to help you. 

Seeking justice for crimes committed against you or a loved one might be a daunting prospect, but we’re here to help every step of the way if you can just take that leap of faith and get in touch with us today. 

When you first contact us you won’t need to give us all of the details of what has happened to you, but we’ll ask some simple questions so we’re able to assess your case and hopefully move forward with your claim.

Client Confidentiality

We understand that you may be apprehensive about talking to a solicitor about your situation. We are bound by a strict duty of confidentiality and can guarantee that whatever you say will remain strictly confidential at all times. We will never reveal anything you say to anybody else without your authority.

“From the moment I called Abuse Claims UK I felt confident they were going to handle my case sensitivity...”

We will normally not ask you to reveal all the details of your circumstances on your first appointment. We will ask you for basic details and will listen to you and answer the questions that you are likely to have.

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Do you have a question about abuse? Download our free abuse guide (pdf)

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