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Child Abuse Solicitors – Child abuse is also known as child maltreatment. It is psychological, physical or sexual mistreatment or may be neglect of a child or children, mainly by a parent or other caregiver. It may involve any act or failure to act by parents or other caregivers which may result in actual or potential harm to a child and can occur at home where the child lives or in the organizations, communities or schools. Click here to speak to our child abuse solicitors.
Child maltreatment is categorized into following types:
Physical Abuse – It can involve any act that may cause any injury or trauma to another person bodily. In most of the cases, children are the victims of these physical abuses, but adults can also be victims of physical abuses as in cases of domestic violence at home or workplace aggression.
Sexual Abuse – It involves abuse by an adult or older adolescent which abuses a child for sexual stimulation. Child sexual abuse (CSA) include forms asking or pressuring a child to engage in sexual intercourse (regardless of its outcome), displaying pornography to a child to seduce.
Psychological abuse – It also referred as emotional abuse or mental abuse characterized by a person exposing another person to behavior that may result in anxiety, psychological trauma or chronic depression.
Neglect – Child neglect is a failure of parents or another person with the responsibility of a child to provide food, shelter, clothing, medical facility or supervision.
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Child abuse compensation claims
If you ever abused as a child, you may be able to get financial compensation from the governing authority. There are various options for getting compensation.
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Someone who so ever abused might get compensation for the harassment. This applies if:
- You are now an adult and you were abused as a child.
- You are still a child.
Compensation related to child abuse could cover, loss or extra costs, like:
- Loss of your earnings if you have suffered a psychological illness because of the abuse and you can’t able to work.
- Paying for your private counseling and therapy.
Various ways you might get compensation:
- Suing the organization or the abuser which failed in their duty to care you.
- Getting a criminal compensation order the abuser successfully prosecuted.
- Making a claim to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
Possible outcomes with court action
The court action could result in an order for compensation which may include all related damages. But if in case the abuser doesn’t have money, they won’t be able to give compensation as ordered by the court. However, even if it would be difficult to get compensation from the abuser, it may be a good idea to take civil legal action because:
- If in the whole process, the abuser is found to be responsible for child abuse, this is some public recognition of what happened to you
- If in the future the abuser gets money, they must be obliged to pay it to you if there’s an order for compensation against them.
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