Abuse, or the mistreatment of children or adults, affects people from all walks of life, regardless of culture, education or social status.
Abuse can be unintentional or deliberate and generally occurs within the trusted confines of family, friends, sporting groups, schools, religious and other groups, care centres and detention facilities.
Forms of abuse can vary and often situations involve “multiple abuses” where two or more types of abuse are occurring simultaneously, such as: child sexual abuse, emotional abuse, and/or physical abuse.
It can take a long time to summon the courage to talk about the abuse you’ve suffered and to take the necessary steps to seek the justice and compensation that you deserve, That is where we can assist you. Our Team of highly experienced lawyers can provide you with both legal advice and support to ensure you receive the justice you deserve.
If you or a loved one have had the terrible experience of being a victim of sexual, physical or emotional abuse, then our Team may be able to help you. Whether it be by way of institutional abuse, clerical abuse, childhood abuse, abuse suffered within the family or in any other situation, victims of abuse have rights.