How to make a compensation claim for clergy and institutional child abuse

how to make a compensation claim

Many child abuse survivors are hesitant to engage in legal proceedings. It is often seen as a costly process tied up in red tape. We understand that. It’s for this reason that we follow a process that is as straightforward, fair and stress-free as possible.

Here are the 10 steps to justice:

  1. Complete a Claimant Information Form or phone Kelso Lawyers.
  2. Claim assessed for eligibility for compensation.
  3. Have a personal conversation with founder and principal, Peter Kelso.
  4. Receive a letter of introduction and our Conditional Costs Agreement. These documents need to be signed and returned before we commence proceedings.
  5. Ensure that you have a professional and personal support network in place.
  6. Case assigned to one of Kelso Lawyers’ experienced solicitors to prepare your case.
  7. Make a statement.
  8. Attend mediation where compensation payment will be determined and a verbal and written apology made.
  9. Notify Government agencies of impending compensation payment.
  10. Receive compensation and an apology.

Kelso Lawyers are abuse compensation lawyers who can help you achieve justice. Talk to us today and see how we can help you.



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