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Church of England Failed to Protect Children from Sexual Abusers 06-Oct-2020
UPPAL TAYLOR SOLICITORS are specialist civil litigation, public inquiry and child abuse compensation solicitors. If you wish to speak with a solicitor in the Continue Reading...View all latest news
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We will advise on the way forward and the steps involved. We ensure that you are involved with each stage of the process and have a full understanding of your case.
Welcome to Uppal Taylor Solicitors
Uppal Taylor Solicitors are a specialist firm of solicitors with extensive experience in historic child abuse claims.
We represent individuals from across England and Wales and have acted for clients internationally.
We have brought claims for historic abuse against social services, the Police, foster parents, churches, religious and charitable organisations, private institutions, schools and individual abusers.
We are specialist lawyers in historic child abuse actions
We are dedicated to guiding survivors of abuse in bringing their claim for compensation.
We have a strong belief in changing the law for the benefit of survivors of abuse.
We have acted on behalf of the individuals in the Bryn Alyn action which set the legal foundations for child abuse cases and paved the way for survivors of abuse to obtain justice.
We believe in having a strong and personalised approach. We are proud of our ability to offer clear and concise advice and assistance on the legal options available to you in pursuing a claim.
We are here for you
We have represented many former victims of child abuse in both individual and group actions. We know the difficulties that it takes in coming forward and talking about such distressing experiences and we are here to guide you through your case with a confidential, sympathetic and professional approach.
Armes (NA) -v- Nottinghamshire County Council – A welcome victory for abused foster children Supreme Court rule child abuse victory for Nottingham Claimant against Nottinghamshire County Council Today, the Supreme Court gave a much-awaited judgement in the case of Armes (NA) -v- Nottinghamshire County Council finding that local authorities are vicariously liable for the actions of foster parents. The claimant,…
Court hands down judgement in B&B – v – Leicestershire County Council and rules that Local Authorities owe a non-delegable duty of care to children who are placed in foster care. The Claimants were represented by Mr. Christopher Ratcliffe, solicitor, of Uppal Taylor Solicitors and Mr. Philip Turton, barrister, of Ropewalk Chambers, Nottingham. The Claimants brought proceedings against the Local…
Stockport MP, Ann Coffey, says rise in number of children being “farmed out” to care homes. 2012 government reforms made a pledge to reduce the number of “out of borough placements” to help combat child sexual exploitation, but Ministers are now being accused of breaking that promise. Labour MP Ann Coffey is expected to use a Commons debate later to…
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