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Queensland has taken significant steps regarding the law affecting survivors of childhood sexual abuse. These laws aim to give support and justice to those who have suffered sexual abuse in the past. This blog aims to provide an overview on the legal reforms and outlines how survivors can seek compensation.
The key changes introduced by the new legislation are as follows:
The legal reforms provide survivors with options to seek compensation:
Navigating these options requires expert legal guidance. Qualified lawyers who specialise in cases of this nature can provide valuable assistance. They can help survivors make informed decisions that align with their unique circumstances.
Survivors have been given the opportunity by the recent legal reforms to seek compensation and redress for the wrongs they have suffered. Such compensation can be sought through the National Redress Scheme or a common law claim for damages. However, it’s very important for survivors to seek legal representation or guidance to ensure they make well-informed choices that protect their rights.
We understand the sensitive nature of these matters. We are qualified to deal with such information in a professional and confidential manner. We are here to provide practical and supportive guidance. Contact us today for a consultation and let us help you navigate the path towards seeking the compensation and justice you deserve. To us, your well-being matters, and we are here to assist you every step of the way.