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Accused Of Causing Non-Accidental Injury?

It is a parents’ worst nightmare: being accused of causing Non-Accidental Injury to their child. If such has happened to you, do not despair. Help is at hand. Where you have been falsely accused of harming your child in any way, Brendan Fleming Solicitors can offer you Immediate Assistance With Your Non-Accidental Injury Case.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

– Dr. Martin Luther King

At Brendan Fleming Solicitors we speak out against the injustices in the family courts.

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Why You Need Brendan Fleming Solicitors for Your Case

Brendan Fleming, [is] the most formidable of the few British solicitors prepared to fight for parents whose children have been seized by social workers for seemingly no good reason.

– Christopher Booker, The Telegraph 2013.


Brendan Fleming speaking at the Stop Forced Adoption conference and covering many aspects of care proceedings.

We have a reputation for standing up to the local authority. We fight tooth and nail for positive outcomes in EVERY case we take on.

Quotes From The Media

Judge orders toddler to be returned to parents after nearly a year in care.

– Miranda Prynne, The Telegraph 2014.


[Brendan Fleming] is the one solicitor who has won a reputation for fighting the manifold abuses and injustices of this crazily corrupt system. He took on the case and challenged the judge’s ruling.

– Christopher Booker, The Telegraph 2012.


I hope that this second awful case can also be taken on by the doughty Brendan Fleming, who for so many parents has become a shining light in the nightmare world in which they find themselves.

– Christopher Booker, The Telegraph 2012.


The parents were lucky to have a good legal aid solicitor. For most of the case, they and their solicitor stood alone against the council, the guardian ad litem and the children’s solicitor. Their team had to read through 4,500 pages of health and social work records presented by the council an outrageous burden. Far from having his nose in the trough, Brendan Fleming, who acted for the parents, made representations to the court that the medical report was excessively long and wastefully expensive.

– Camilla Cavendish, The Times 2010.


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A Dedicated Non-Accidental Injury Department

We are committed to redressing the injustice of parents being falsely accused of causing Non-Accidental Injury to their children. Our commitment is such that we have established a dedicated Non-Accidental Injury Department to address such cases. The department is manned with our leading specialists in the area, with years of cumulative experience in successfully overturning wrongful accusations of Non-Accidental Injury.
Where we can, we will work to have such accusations overturned at the level of investigation, before the case is even brought before the court.

Case Studies

Case History in re F:
We represented a father in respect of his very young baby.  Mother and father were accused of causing bruising to the baby. 
It was shown that the alleged bruises were not in fact bruising but were Mongolian Blue Spots (a type of birth mark).  
The baby returned to the care of the parents under a 6 month Supervision Order.
Where matters move over to the legal arena, we will provide you with legal representation and help you to fight your case. Where it is necessary, we will instruct experts of various disciplines—such as haematologists, geneticists, paediatricians, neurosurgeons, ophthalmologists, and so on—in order to establish that injuries sustained are the result of some medical suffered by the child; and not some act of abuse.
Case History in re B:
In this case we represented a father.  The parents were accused of shaking their baby after he was presented to hospital with acute bleeding to the brain and the membranes of the eyes. 
No Findings were made.  The child returned home to his parents.

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