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Compensation claims in Western Australia

Child sexual abuse victims finally have a way to ensure that their voice is heard.

Western Australia has adopted the National Redress Scheme and removed time restrictions to enable child sex abuse victims to bring claims against either the perpetrator(s) of the abuse and/or the institutions/organisations where the abuse occurred.

Many victims of child sexual abuse sought to be heard and claimed compensation under the first Redress Scheme in Western Australia.

Unfortunately, not all victims of child sexual abuse received the compensation they should have received as their voice was not heard.

To ensure that we do not have a repeat of what occurred with the last Redress Scheme it is vital that victims of child sexual abuse seek legal advice from an expert trauma and abuse claims lawyer.

With free initial consultation it is vital that victims of child sexual abuse seek advice from an expert that will ensure that their voice is heard.

Turn to Turner Freeman

Turner Freeman Lawyers will ensure that victims of child sexual abuse are heard and their claims for compensation to finally reflect the same.

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