A diagnosis of an Asbestos Related Disease is devastating news for you and your family. Mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis and plural thickening are all serious asbestos related diseases.
Following diagnosis, the realisation that your illness might have been caused by the negligence of another party only adds to the upset and sense of injustice – a compensation claim is often the only means of attempting to redress that injustice. We understand that your priority will be spending time with your family and friends rather than a lengthy litigation battle. Our goal therefore is to move as quickly as possible with your claim, shouldering as much of the burden as we can so you can concentrate on more fulfilling activities. If you think you have a claim for an asbestos related disease please contact us for a free, no obligation discussion.
What do you charge?
Most of our clients choose our ‘No win, no fee’ terms as this allows us to proceed with your claim without delay and without asking you for any upfront costs. See Our Fees for more information. If you have any questions, please contact us directly.
Why Instruct Us?
Unlike many of our competitors we guarantee that your case will be handled by a qualified and experienced solicitor throughout. This leads to better outcomes for our clients.
Our ‘No-Win, No-Fee’ charging structure allows us to represent you without compromising on service or quality.
We will work hard to fully understand your problem and your priorities so we can find the most effective route to achieving your desired outcome.
Law Society Accredited and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulations Authority – you have peace of mind that we are regulated professionals, fully insured to represent your interests.
Proven Track Record
Since we started in 2012, we have recovered many millions of pounds in compensation for our clients, achieving a 99.3% client satisfaction score. Most of our work comes from client recommendations.
From our offices in Cheadle Hulme and Tarporley we represent clients right across England and Wales.