While there is no actual “scheme” in place, victims are encouraged to contact our solicitors, who will present their claims to the NHS Trust’s lawyers.
Malcolm Johnson and his team have acted and continue to act for a number of former children who were abused by Myles Bradbury, a child cancer specialist who was employed by Addenbrookes Hospital. He was jailed in 2014.
The NHS Trust that owns Addenbrookes Hospital has since made a number of substantial payouts to Myles Bradbury’s victims.
Can I claim?
If you suffered abuse by Myles Bradbury during your time at Addenbrookes Hospital, we encourage you to get in touch and talk to us.
The NHS Trust isn’t currently posing cut-off periods for this scheme. No matter how long ago your abuse took place, how old you were at the time, or whether your abuse was reported to the police, we can still provide legal support and guidance.
It’s important to note that there is scope for victims to undergo specialist treatment, paid for by the NHS Trust prior to their settling their claim. And, there does not yet appear to be any cut-off date for making a claim. However, we would advise any victim to make a claim as soon as possible.