Our lawyers are first-rate advocates for survivors of child sexual abuse.

Whatever the nature of the abuse, you can talk to us about claiming compensation from the organisation or person that failed to protect you from the abuse. 

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No Win, No Fee

We strongly believe that justice should be accessible to all, and not just those with money. That’s why we are able to offer representation on a Conditional Fee Agreement basis (i.e, 'no win, no fee') and are happy to discuss the terms of this with you if you decide to go ahead with a claim.

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Compassionate Advocates

We are a skilled team of advocates in Berkshire serving adults who have experienced sex abuse by priests, scout leaders, teachers, care givers or others in a position of trust. We believe that representing a survivor of sexual abuse is much more than a legal mission. It is why we have earned a reputation as compassionate advocates who provide a safe and caring environment for our clients, many of whom have suffered in silence for decades. That’s why if you don’t feel comfortable enough to come into our offices or talk over the phone, then we’ll come to you, wherever you feel most at ease.

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Affordable Legal Representation

We understand that talking about sexual abuse can be immensely difficult, and that it often takes time. That is why there is no charge for your initial consultations with us.
 

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Championing Survivors Rights

The sexual abuse of children is a worldwide tragedy that has caused damage to millions. For too long, abusers and their enablers have escaped responsibility, but more and more survivors are now courageously standing up to abusers and the institutions that have harboured and protected them. We campaigned alongside AAWA (Advocates for Awareness of Watchtower Abuses) to raise awareness of sexual abuse within the Jehovah's Witnesses organisation. A letter was handed in to 10 Downing Street highlighting the Jehovah's Witnesses' reliance on the two-witness rule. The letter calls for Ministers to introduce mandatory reporting to the police whenever an allegation of child sex abuse is made within the Jehovah's Witnesses. Press coverage of the campaign can be viewed here.