Kieran Chatterton, Solicitor
Kieran Chatterton is a specialist Child Abuse compensation solicitor, based at our Head Office in Wakefield.
Tel: 0800 138 4700
Child Abuse Compensation
19 Cheapside, Wakefield, WF1 2SD
He has recently worked as part of a team that was coordinating a large group of cases against Leeds City Council and Bradford City Council. These cases arose following sexual and physical abuse that took place at various homes in the 1960’s to 1980’s including Whinmoor, Shadwell, Thorpe Arch and Tong Park. Kieran and his colleagues have settled many cases for compensation against the Council and continue to represent clients for such claims. Kieran worked closely with West Yorkshire Police to bring about criminal charges. The cases are still being investigated by the Police.
Before joining Switalskis, Kieran was part of a team that was nominated for team of the year at the 2013 Eclipse Proclaim Awards. This award recognises excellence in the wider field of personal injury.
More about Kieran
We asked Kieran: Q: What do you love about your job? Q: What can your clients expect from you? Q: What drew you to your specialist area of child abuse claims? Q: Which of your achievements are you most proud of? Q: What do you do when you’re not at work?
A: It’s great to meet and talk with clients, and to help them through a difficult time in their lives. I also enjoy legal research and using my advocacy skills.
A: They can expect someone who’ll listen to them, represent their interests, and provide excellent service.
A: As a lawyer, I’ve always had an interest in civil litigation, but child abuse claims work is a diverse and extremely challenging area of law, which I think is what drew me towards the specialism.
A: Qualifying as a Solicitor.
A: I enjoy running, playing badminton, walking, and reading.
We asked Kieran:
Q: What do you love about your job?
Q: What can your clients expect from you?
Q: What drew you to your specialist area of child abuse claims?
Q: Which of your achievements are you most proud of?
Q: What do you do when you’re not at work?