Abuse lawyer duo appointed by NSPCC

Somerset abuse lawyers, Rachel Thain and Liz Duncan, have been appointed as the PR team for the West Somerset branch of the NSPCC. Rachel has also become secretary of the branch.

Liz and Rachel have strong links with the NSPCC, organising a very successful cycling event last year which help raise much needed funds.
Their aim will be to continue to raise the profile of this very worthy charity that does so much for the nation’s children and in particular combating the threat of sexual abuse.

Rachel commented:

“We are really pleased to be able to take an active role in supporting our local branch of NSPCC. The enthusiasm and dedication of the volunteers who work so hard throughout the year to raise money is inspirational. We look forward to supporting their efforts in our new role. The NSPCC is the foremost child protection charity in this country and we are grateful to be able to play our part in helping their invaluable work. “
If you would like to contact Somerset abuse lawyers Rachel or Liz about the work of the NSPCC then you can email them at R[email protected] or [email protected]

And for further details of the specialist abuse services we offer, visit our dedicated site www.abusecompensation.co.uk or call our FREE legal helpline on 0333 888 0404.

Elizabeth Duncan

Elizabeth Duncan

Identified by the 2022 edition of The Legal 500 as one of the UK's 'Leading Lawyers', Elizabeth Duncan is a personal injury solicitor who specialises in a number of niche areas, including abuse, sexual assault and CICA criminal injury claims.
Elizabeth Duncan

Elizabeth Duncan

Identified by the 2022 edition of The Legal 500 as one of the UK's 'Leading Lawyers', Elizabeth Duncan is a personal injury solicitor who specialises in a number of niche areas, including abuse, sexual assault and CICA criminal injury claims.

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