Compensation for victims

If you are the victim of a criminal offense in The Netherlands, it is often possible to recover damages suffered from the perpetrator in the criminal court case. This can be done by submitting a so-called 'injured party claim'. As a licensed attorney, LSH Legal has gained extensive experience in providing victims in The Netherlands with the best possible legal assistance. As a specialist in this field, we can advise and help you with the following issues:

- whether you can be regarded as a victim in the criminal court case

- which damages you can recover from the suspect

- how to substantiate the damages suffered

- how to prepare the injured party's claim

- exercising the the right to speak in the criminal proceedings

Read more in this blog about what kind of damage you can get reimbursed and how this works.

 

Have you been a victim of a crime in The Netherlands and have you suffered damages? We can help you with it. We offer high-quality legal advice and assistance for an affordable price.

 

You can always contact us without obligation. We will immediately let you know what we can do for you.

 

 

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