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Released On 24th May 2023

Dr Bradbury's victims, including young women are still coming forward

Samantha Robson, specialist abuse solicitor has been interviewed by BBC Cambridge news and spoken out on BBC radio Cambridge and BBC radio Suffolk after one of her clients Aaron, wanted to share his story about his experience of the sexual abuse he suffered at the hands of Dr Myles Bradbury.  The article can be viewed at:-


Sam is continuing to represent victims of Dr Bradbury.  We know there are potentially hundreds of children affected by this scandal and it is important to they also have access to justice.  Those affected do not have to be a named victim in the criminal proceedings and can still bring a successful civil claim. Due to the young ages of Dr Bradbury's victims, they may still only be a teenager now.  Sam has also represented six girls affected by Dr Bradbury.  Whilst it was initially thought that he only targeted boys as he admitted offences relating to 18 boys in his care in the criminal trial, we now know that he also abused girls.

If you or a family member have any concerns about your child's treatment by Dr Bradbury, please contact Sam on a no obligation and confidential basis for expert advice on these cases which are conducted on a no win no fee basis.  Sam decided early on that she would not charge a success fee for her Dr Bradbury victims and therefore guarantees her clients receive their compensation in full.  Sam can be contacted on her direct dial, 01392 345 331 or email her at sam@robsonshaw.uk