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Mercury Legal Solicitors – About Us
Mercury Legal solicitors are a personal injury law firm specialising in:
- Medical/Clinical negligence
- Industrial diseases
- Catastrophic injuries
Unlike some law firms that’s all we do. This does mean that our solicitors are specialists in their field and each has a wealth of experience that they will bring to bear when helping you secure the compensation that you deserve.
Mercury Legal solicitors was established in 2007 initially as a small niche industrial disease practice but we have grown over the years as demand for our services increased. In 2011 we opened our clinical negligence department based upon the same ethos as we have always applied to our diseases cases, namely small caseloads run by highly experienced staff who have the time to get to know our clients and fully understand their needs. By keeping our caseloads small not only does it ensure that we always have time to discuss your claim with you thoroughly it also means that we can progress your case proactively.
While we do embrace the latest technology we also unashamedly believe in doing things what some may call the old fashioned way – we call it the right way. When it comes to claiming the compensation that you are entitled to then there is simply no substitute for experience and knowledge, Mercury Legal have both in abundance.
When you call us we will talk through your circumstances and give you our expert opinion on your case. You will be under no obligation whatsoever to proceed with a claim, if you decide that you don’t want to go ahead then that is entirely your decision.
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