Farleys Solicitors LLP specialise in representing people who feel that they have been falsely detained or badly treated by the authorities.
We have a contract with the Legal Services Commission to undertake this specialist area of work by Legal Aid. Our expert solicitors specialise in claims and complaints against public authorities including:
We can advise you about the police complaints procedure including all stages of a complaint, whether this is dealt with locally or through the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). In addition we can also advise on any claim for compensation in the following areas:
Farleys Solicitors LLP undertake this specialist area of work both privately and under funding by Legal Aid. The availability of Legal Aid funding is dependent upon circumstances, but our solicitors are able to advise clients at an early stage in their case if they are eligible for funding. Where Legal Aid funding is available you may not have to pay any legal fees.
Farleys acted on behalf of the Client A in the proposed action against G4S Care and Justice Services as a result of his unlawful detention f...Read More
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Farleys also act for young children who are, or have been, in the care of the local authority and have been subject to failings by them.
This may be in relation to claims for Criminal Injuries Compensation which have not been submitted by the local authority or for claims of negligence against the local authority for their failure to protect or care adequately for the children. We act closely with the Official Solicitor in these matters where the child is under the age of 18.
Client D was born in the North of England in 1991. He was born to parents who not only neglected him but also subjected him to physical violence. He was eventually removed from his parent’s care in June 1995 at the age of 4.
He instructed Jonathan Bridge at Farleys Solicitors to investigate the possibility of a claim against Social Services.