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Fernden School

IBB child sexual abuse lawyers are currently representing a victim who was abused at Fernden School, Fernhurst, Chichester, West Sussex.

We are helping a victim of sexual abuse who attended Fernden School, to secure compensation and justice for the assaults that were meted out to them while at the school.

If you were a child who attended Fernden School, worked at the school or the parent of a child who attended Fernden School, it may be that you are able to help a victim to secure the justice and compensation they deserve, to support them as they recover from the consequences of childhood trauma.

We are keen to hear from anyone who attended the school or worked there, to help those who deserve justice and support. Your call will be treated in confidence.

We offer a free consultation to discuss the circumstances of your case, if you were affected by your time at the School. We will not ask you specific details of the assaults, when we first speak to you. Our experienced childhood abuse solicitors and sexual assault solicitors will ensure that you feel safe. We will deal with your enquiry in confidence, with compassion and sensitivity.

 Fernden School

Fernden School, close to the village of Fernhurst, Chichester was a fee paying, independent preparatory school for boys. The school was founded in 1907.  It is reported that the boarding school educated the sons of diplomats and army officers. The school closed in 1985 for financial reasons.

Our experienced lawyers have helped a number of children and adults, who were abused in childhood, obtain the financial compensation and resources required to improve their physical, mental and emotional well-being. Take the first steps towards healing and recovery by contacting our compensation experts on 0333 123 9099 or email enquiries@ibbclaims.co.uk.

 

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