Specialist CICA legal advice
Compensation for victims of crime
If you, or someone you know, has suﬀered the trauma of physical, domestic or sexual abuse, you could be entitled to compensation for your injuries from the Government’s Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA)
Compensation ranges from £1,000 to £500,000, depending on the severity of your injuries, and our dedicated team of solicitors will fight to secure you the compensation you are entitled to.
Why get legal support?
- Maximise your chances of success in the quickest time possible.
- Secure you maximum compensation.
- Chase decisions on a regular and persistent basis.
- If necessary, submit applications for review in a way to maximise chances of review being successful.
How we can help you make a successful claim?
In accordance with the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme 2012, the CICA determine a victim’s eligibility by following a set of criteria, with minimum conditions which must be met before an innocent victim of crime can apply for compensation.
We have helped thousands of innocent victims of abuse and assault secure compensation for criminal injuries whilst providing support they need to get their life back on track.
As the leading criminal injury law ﬁrm, we work closely with the CICA to secure you the compensation and justice you deserve.
Get FREE Expert CICA Claim Advice
As specialists in making CICA claims, oneof our legal experts will be able to guide you through the process.
Why use a lawyer?
When I contacted Hudgell Solicitors they were brilliant in listening to me and understanding my position. Finally, after all these years and all I have been through, somebody recognised me as a victim – I am overwhelmed by the result.
Making a claim
We are here to provide the advice and assistance you require through every step of the legal process to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve, so contact us today to discuss your case.
If you feel you may be entitled to compensation, you can contact us by calling **free on 0808 2714 296, e-mail or arrange a face-to-face meeting at one of our offices throughout the UK.
If you prefer to speak about the crime you were a victim of in the comfort of your own home, or with relatives supporting you, we are more than happy to come to you.
*The two year limit can be waived in certain circumstances, most commonly in relation to sexual abuse and assault claims, due to the impact the crime has on victims.
**Calls are free from most UK landlines, mobile providers may charge.