If you or a member of your family is considering claiming compensation for sexual abuse, or you are already in the process of a claim, we hope our blog will provide you with up-to-date news about prominent ongoing cases, information about changes in the law and helpful guidance to support you at this difficult time.
4th May 2021
The latest report published by Lambeth Council demonstrates that Robsonshaw solicitors achieve the highest average Individual Redress Payments per Applicant at over £88,000, which is £10,000 more than their nearest rival firm.
22nd Apr 2021
Accessing your Care Records
Survivors who were sexually abused as children often grew up in difficult family circumstances, and frequently were put into care or fostered. Multi-disc... Read More
6th Apr 2021
Nigel Leat, also known by the surname Russell, has already breached his licence conditions and is back in prison.
8th Feb 2021
If your abuser died before you were able to claim compensation for sexual abuse, take heart. Although some avenues may have closed to you, depending on your situation you may still be able to pursue compensation through other options. Read on for more information.
2nd Feb 2021
Cambridgeshire Paramedic Andrew Wheeler now convicted
Andrew Wheeler, aged 46 from Cambridgeshire has now been found guilty of six sexual offences, including rape and sexual assault of two women... Read More
14th Dec 2020
Paul Farrell admits numerous sexual offences involving young boys whilst working at Great Ormond Street Hospital as a porter.
28th Oct 2020
Nigel Leat, former teacher of Hillside First School in Worle, North Somerset who was convicted of serious sexual offences against school girls in 2011, is due to be released from prison next month.
7th Oct 2020
Robson Shaw solicitors represent former pupils of Colet Court, now St Paul's Junior School, in relation to allegations of historic sexual abuse
7th Oct 2020
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse exposes failings in the way the Church of England has dealt with allegations of childhood sexual abuse and has made numerous recommendations in its report published yesterday.
27th Nov 2019
IICSA Investigate Historic Sexual Abuse at Schools
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (or IICSA) has announced that as part of its ongoing investigation into child sexual abuse at s... Read More
23rd Oct 2019
The Religion Media Centre has published a fact sheet which gives an insight into high profile cases of sexual abuse within the Church.
11th Oct 2019
Shirley Oaks Claims - the latest news
In September 2019, Lambeth Council published its latest report on the performance of its Lambeth Children's Home Redress Scheme. The Scheme was op... Read More
10th Oct 2019
How do I appeal my CICA award?
Should you accept the CICA's first offer for compensation, and what's the appeals process?
Challenging the CICA decision
If you've be... Read More
9th Oct 2019
Can I re-open my criminal injury (CICA) claim?
Abuse specialist solicitor Samantha Robson talks about re-opening a CICA on medical grounds
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA... Read More
8th Oct 2019
How to make a CICA claim?
Injury specialist solicitor Samantha Robson talks about eligibility under the 2012 CICA Scheme
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (or CI... Read More