Did You Attend St Joseph's School?
If you attended St Joseph’s School, Slough, Berkshire SL2 5HW, between about 1985 and 1987, we would like to hear from you.
We are currently representing a victim, who alleges that they were abused at Walsingham School, Hayes, Middlesex during the 1980s.
In connection with the Walsingham inquiry we would like to hear from you if you attended St Joseph’s School, Slough.
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- Help with rehabilitation
Supporting victims of abuse in schools
If you attended or worked at Walsingham School between 1980 and 1985, we would like to hear from you. As experienced and specialist child abuse solicitors, we are assisting an abuse victim who alleges abuse at the school and you may be able to assist the victim obtain justice and compensation for the personal injury and trauma.
How to obtain compensation for abuse
If you have experienced abuse at a school, whether emotional, physical or sexual, you could be entitled to compensation. Contact our compassionate solicitors to discuss your case in more detail. Whether the abuse was recent, or occurred decades ago, we appreciate that it is never easy to come to terms with the abuse of trust and the impact on your emotional wellbeing. We provide a free initial consultation, in a safe and supportive environment , to discuss your case and the possibility of claiming compensation. You are not under any obligation to reveal the specific and painful details of the abuse in this meeting.
Recovery from child abuse is a complex process. You may require therapists, psychologists and other support resources who are experienced in healing victims of abuse. Claiming compensation for the abuse will not only bring the perpetrator to justice and prevent further abuse, but it could provide you with financial resources to facilitate healing, recovering and rebuilding your life.
We offer a No-Win No-Fee Agreement so there is no financial risk involved if you are not successful. To discuss your case or to make an appointment please contact us on 0333 123 9099. Alternatively, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our online form.