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Sexual assault claims

We understand how difficult it is to report a sexual assault and begin a case for compensation. Our ethos is to listen and advise and take people through what a claim will involve. We deal sensitively and discreetly with anyone who approaches us for advice.

To speak with one of our sexual assault claims experts call 0800 358 3848 or complete our online enquiry form.

Business as usual during COVID-19

During this difficult time, we want to reassure our clients that we are open for business and working as normal. We are happy to respond immediately to new enquiries either to our enquiry line (0800 358 3848) or to an individual solicitor.

Our IT systems are robust enough for us to work from home and we are meeting current and new clients online and by telephone to deal with all enquiries. The courts, counsel and our experts are continuing to work on your behalf. We will contact all of our clients by phone to reassure you of our continuing support at this difficult time.

We realise that most of you will be in self-isolation and would like to express our best wishes for your ongoing safety and health.

Jill Greenfield, Head of Serious Injury

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Sexual assault and rape are criminal offences and should be reported to the police. It is also possible to pursue a civil claim for personal injury, including psychological damage, against the perpetrator or an employer where the assault took place at work.

Although clearly distressing to discuss, victims of alleged sexual assault and rape, male and female, are granted automatic lifelong anonymity as protection. Jill Greenfield and the team are very experienced in high-profile cases and act sensitively and respectfully to prepare a claim where appropriate. Any conversation with them is confidential.

Jill currently represents UK victims of alleged assault by Harvey Weinstein and other high-profile defendants in civil claims. Jill won a landmark civil rape case on behalf of a woman drugged and sexually abused by millionaire Christopher Dawes by helping the victim present evidence accepted by the judge. The victim received more than £250,000 in damages.

Jill has become a determined advocate for victims' rights and access to justice for women.

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For a free, no obligation call with one of our personal injury experts, please dial 0800 358 03848 or complete our online enquiry form.