Abuse claims against Scouts, youth groups & other charities
Professional legal advice to help you claim compensation
Scout groups and similar youth organisations are, for the most part, incredible places where children have fun, make friends and learn new skills, helped by a small army of voluteeers. Unfortunately some Scout and activity group leaders do take advantage of their position of power and trust to inflict sexual abuse on the young people in their care.
If you have suffered sexual abuse at the hands of a Scout leader, or other person working for a youth group or charity, contact us to see if you are entitled to claim compensation.
You can contact us 24 hours a day, seven days a week in complete confidence for free advice. If you pursue a claim for compensation we'll support you every step of the way.
No win, no fee
Robsonshaw offers no-win, no-fee arrangements. Please read more about our fees, as we aim to be completely fair and transparent about what costs are involved.
Our experience in claiming against Scouts and similar organisations
- Robsonshaw has brought successful claims against scouting organisations and a number of other charities.
- We are familiar with adventure experts who may be required to provide specialist evidence on the failures on the part of the organisation.
- Our solicitors have dealt with claims against the Scouts where the person in charge of child protection has abused children.
- We have won hundreds of thousands of pounds for a victim who suffered a serious mental illness following a terrible sexual assault at a scouting event.
Who we are
Samantha Robson and Robert Shaw are senior, experienced solicitors with a wealth of experience between them, who have successfully secured millions of pounds of compensation for survivors of sexual abuse over the years. As important as their legal expertise is the compassion and empathy they offer to every client, and the unstinting support they provide at every stage of your claim.
Get in touch for free, confidential advice
Even if you suffered historic abuse, you may still be able to bring your claim. We can quickly advise you if a claim is possible and put your mind at rest. If you or a family member would like to speak to us on a confidential, no obligation basis, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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