Making a Claim Against Social Services
Social Services have a duty of care to protect vulnerable members of society, including children. Unfortunately, social services can often get things drastically wrong, often failing to intervene to protect a child despite clear indicators of potential risk.
- Over 20 years experience
- Recommended specialists in this area of law
- Private and confidential service
Farleys Solicitors are specialists in assisting people with claims against local authorities throughout the UK and have helped many people who have suffered at the hands of social services. Even if the events occurred several years, or even decades ago, our team may still be able to help you with a claim.
If you have been subjected to any form of mistreatment by social services, either in a recent case or in the past, our expert solicitors can help you to pursue a compensation claim. To speak to a solicitor who specialises in claims against social services, call 0330 134 6430, or alternatively, you can email us. All enquiries are treated with the strictest confidence.
Types of Claim Against Social Services
Our solicitors can help you claim compensation at no cost for:
- Abuse claims against a social worker
- Abuse whilst in care
- Negligence of social services
- Removal of children without consent
- Abuse by foster carers
Contact a Solicitor to Sue Social Services
If you feel that you have been poorly treated by social services or have suffered as a result of the negligence of a social worker or the service as a whole, our solicitors will be able to advise you as to whether you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
Farleys Solicitors may be able to pursue your claim with Legal Aid funding under our Actions Against Detaining Authorities (AADA) franchise. Alternatively, we may be able to pursue your claim on a no win no fee basis. Either way, our experienced and understanding lawyers will be able to help.
For a free of charge discussion with one of our specialist solicitors, which can be conducted over the phone or during a face-to-face meeting, please contact us on 0330 134 6430, or email us and we will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.