Sexual Abuse Compensation
Any form of sexual assault can leave a victim traumatised and emotionally scarred, not just in the initial period following the assault but also for many years after the incident took place.
Unlike other crimes committed against individuals, sexual assaults are invasive and uniquely destructive. Not everyone can recover from a sexual assault crime or leave the matter buried in the past and the damage caused can last for the victim’s entire lifetime.
As experienced and expert personal injury solicitors, we know how important it is for those who are victims of sexual abuse to be able to speak in confidence, knowing that they will receive a sympathetic and understanding hearing.
The Next Steps
Trauma in such cases is often difficult for an individual to prove. Our experienced solicitors can ensure that victims always receive the best possible assistance and advice. We can arrange for specialist assessments to be carried out when necessary and for support to be given where it is most needed.
If you have been the victim of any form of sexual assault, we urge you to contact us as soon as possible in order that we can give you the necessary help and advice in claiming any compensation to which you may be entitled. Some of our previous clients in similar situations have used reference guide (as below) to help.
How to start making a claim
Therefore, in order that we can best assess the likely outcome of any allegation that may be made, we do this in a few simple steps. Firstly we ask you to either call us on 01772 203303 during work hours or fill out this small form to the right, all we need are basic details of what happened.
We will then call you at your convenience to go over the events in a bit more detail and help us make an initial assessment. During this initial discussion our lawyers can make an accurate assessment of how to proceed with the case and look at what compensation you may be due.
Whether that allegation be against an individual or an institution, we offer a completely confidential and free initial consultation and it is completely no-obligation.
Victims can always rely on PHC Law to provide the very best support, help and advice and to do so with the utmost sympathy and understanding. Most personal injury claims relating to sexual assault are funded by means of a Conditional Fee Arrangement, often known as a “No Win, No Fee” arrangement.