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A le­gal claim for com­pen­sa­tion for the Carmel Col­lege vic­tims is be­ing pur­sued by a firm of solic­i­tors.

Cam­bridge-based An­drew Grove and Com­pany an­nounced it was act­ing on be­half of four of the vic­tims whose tes­ti­mony led to last week’s con­vic­tion of Trevor Bolton.

In a state­ment, Mr Grove said it had taken “many years for the truth to emerge of the abuse that took place at the hands of Trevor Bolton. I ob­served the com­plete trial and saw the ev­i­dence from truth­ful and com­pelling wit­nesses”.

Mr Grove’s firm has pre­pared “a let­ter of de­mand to the solic­i­tors who dealt with Mr Bolton’s dis­missal in 1988 and the school’s af­fairs gen­er­ally, ask­ing for de­tails of pub­lic liability in­sur­ance which is the ba­sis through which we can com­mence civil lit­i­ga­tion”.

His firm spe­cialises in com­pen­sa­tion claims for abuse vic­tims.

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