Abuse and criminal injury claims
“I am so pleased that at last the civil claim is fully resolved. Please accept our grateful thanks to all of your associates in pursuing the matter.”
Our highly skilled team of personal injury experts have made compensation claims in many tragic adult and child abuse and criminal injury cases, including those involving individual who have learning difficulties or are in some way vulnerable.
These are complex and highly sensitive cases and are handled with great care by our highly experienced solicitors as they may involve sexual, physical and emotional abuse in hospitals, psychiatric institutions, care homes, children’s homes or retirement homes. It goes without saying that we promise to deal with all adult and child abuse compensation claims with utmost confidentially.
We make compensation claims against individuals or against institutions that allowed the abuse to take place and may be held responsible for the acts of their employees. We also make parallel claims, where possible, to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
Our dedicated personal injury experts will fight to get you the highest possible compensation for your physical and psychological injuries and to provide for any counselling and therapy.
Our clients choose BL Claims Solicitors to handle their abuse and criminal injury compensation claims because:
- We are rated as one of the top firms in the UK for handling abuse compensation cases
- Our legal team has, collectively, many years of experience in winning personal injury compensation claims
- We talk to our clients in jargon-free language
- We act quickly so clients get the compensation and care they need as soon as possible.
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Related Knowledge & Resources
Watch BL Claims Senior Associate and specialist in child abuse cases, Malcolm Johnson discussing the recent claims of abuse at Southampton FC in the 1980's on ITV News.
BL Claims Solicitors specialist instructed to represent alleged victims of historic child sexual abuse at Southampton Football Club
Southampton law firm BL Claims Solicitors has been instructed to represent alleged victims of historic sexual abuse of children as part of the investigation into several major football clubs.
BL Claims gave a successful talk to the Kingston Centre for Independent Living earlier this week at their annual conference. Our experts gave two 30 minute talks to service users about how to make the complaints system work.
Our specialist abuse lawyer, Malcolm Johnson, discusses supporting abuse victims who speak out against those with authority.
Allegations of child abuse from the world of professional football are on the increase. The BBC has reported that four ex-footballers have spoken out of their abuse by a coach. The allegations are extremely serious. So is abuse in sport a major problem?
Following the news that The Crown Prosecution Service have decided not to proceed with any criminal charges against Sir Cliff Richard, after a second review of evidence, Malcolm Johnson reviews the Victims' Right to Review Scheme and what it involves.
Our abuse expert, Malcolm Johnson, considers cases where social services have failed children that they have a duty of care for, he discusses cases where parents were falsely accused of child abuse, in each case the accusations appeared to be unfounded.
The judgement of Mr Justice Green in the case of DSD and Another v Metropolitan Police  EWHC 2493 (QB) provides an extremely comprehensive guide to damages in relation to breaches of Article 3 of the Human Rights Convention.
The BBC have recently reported that Manchester Crown Court has ordered a couple from Salford to pay £100,000 to a deaf girl from Pakistan, whom they kept as a slave for nine years.
We were approached by Ms. C who had been sexually abused by a family member, who was convicted of his crimes.
The Claimant brought proceedings in relation to alleged physical abuse and harassment by a primary school teacher over a period of several months.
Miss C awarded £92,3888 in an application to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.