Racial Abuse Claims

Racial abuse and discrimination of any kind is completely unacceptable and thankfully something which is much less common in modern society than in decades past.

There can never be any justification for any person being discriminated against because of their race, colour, nationality, heritage, national origin or ethnic origin.

Sadly, such distressing and appalling behaviour has impacted on the lives of many people, including children who suffered racial abuse by adults who were, at times, responsible for their care and well-being.

Our abuse solicitors are passionate about supporting anyone who suffered racial abuse at any time in their lives and holding those responsible to account. Our specialist team deal with racial abuse claims against public and local authorities. Abuse in care homes and hospitals including racial attacks.

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Making A Racial Abuse Claim

Hudgell Solicitors has a track record of holding both people and organisations to account when abuse has taken place, particularly with regard to children and vulnerable people, for whom such racial abuse may have had a long-lasting impact on their lives.

Our team of specialist abuse solicitors are determined that such behaviour is never considered something which was accepted ‘back in the day’. It is something we passionately believe should be challenged to enable those subjected to such abuse to seek redress in law.

If you or someone you know has suffered because of their race, nationality or heritage and would like to speak to our specialist team in confidence, please get in touch with our abuse team to see if you’re entitled to compensation – we promise to support you every step of the way.

Latest Cases

Solicitor says ‘disturbing picture of racism’ emerging as nine players have now alleged abuse of youth players at Chelsea in 80s and 90s

A ‘disturbing picture’ of racism towards young black players at Chelsea FC in the 1980s and early 90s is emerging as more former players come forward to speak out, a solicitor has said. It comes as five more former youth
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“Chelsea was looked at then as it is now by young kids, an amazing place, but the reality is that it wasn’t. It was a horrible place.”

“The amazing thing is that none of us talked about this amongst each other at the time, and we haven’t done over the years since.”

Renu Daly