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Finally in Australia those subjected to child sexual abuse are being heard. In 2013 the Australian Government established the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to this abuse.

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There are many reasons for those who were abused to seek to be heard. Most of those subjected to such abuse seek an acknowledgement that wrong was done to them, they seek an apology for the wrong that was done from the perpetrator and/ or the institution and they seek to be financially compensated for their therapy and loss.

The Royal Commission gave those subjected to such abuse a voice to be heard. Compensation for those subjected to the abuse is a legal process.

We can provide assistance with the legal process in a discrete and caring manner so as to minimise further suffering and loss.

Turner Freeman has dedicated lawyers that will ensure that although they can not alter the past, they will assist you in securing financial compensation that will be able to help you into the future.

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Call (08) 9325 0900 to speak with our specialist solicitor Fatima Verdingola in Western Australia. Our WA office is located in Perth CBD.

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FAQ

How does the Royal Commission work?

The Royal Commission is hearing directly from people about their experience of child sexual abuse in institutions. If you have been a victim, a survivor or a witness of a child sexual abuse in institutions, you can contact the Commission in writing, over the phone or in private informal meetings.

Representatives from institutions will participate in formal public hearings.  The Commission is inviting people to tell their stories and provide relevant information.

How to contact the Royal Commission?

The Royal Commission provides the opportunity for sufferers of child abuse to be heard. The Commission can put you in touch with professionals such as counsellors or support groups for survivors of child sexual abuse and their families.

The Royal Commission can be contacted by calling 1800 099 340, by email at contact@childabuseroyalcommission.gov.au

After sharing your story you may wish to consider legal options and our lawyers at Turner Freeman are here to assist you.

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