Winner of National and Regional Awards. Winning for clients.
We are specialists in personal injury and clinical negligence claims. That is all we do. MPH Solicitors are a compact firm led by 5 Solicitors who were all recognised as leading lawyers in their field. All Solicitors work full time for clients and lead small teams in personal injury, industrial disease, clinical negligence, MoD claims and aviation.
We go the extra mile for our clients and we are rewarded by the highest levels of client satisfaction. We work with specialist medical experts and barristers and we know the tactics of our opponents well.
Our philosophy is based on looking at each claim in its own right and treating each client as an individual. Your personal circumstances and the nature of your particular claim are unique to you. So it follows that our service should be uniquely tailored for you, too. Whateverâ€™s happened, we can talk everything through, offer advice on what to do next, give you an idea of the compensation we expect to secure and provide you and your family with the support you need.
Recommended Firm for Claimant Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence in the North West in Legal 500 2013.
Geraldine McCool, Frank Patterson, Dominic Hemsi, Mark Havenhand and Simon Harrington all feature in Chambers UK â€“ A Clientâ€™s Guide to the UK Legal Profession 2014.Find out more
Supreme Court refuses appeal against the exclusivity of aviation legislation
The Supreme Court today handed down the latest aviation judgment, unanimously dismissing the appeal of Mr Stott for â€śhurt feelingsâ€ť and further confirming that claims relating to injuries suffered on-board a commercial international flight can only be brought under the Montreal Convention and are restricted to bodily injuries.
Mr Stott brought a claim under the UK Disability Regulations claiming that Thomas Cook breached their duty of care for him due to the treatment he received.Â The embarrassment that was caused to Mr Stott was exactly what the EC and UK Disability Regulations were intended to prevent when they were brought into force and all of the presiding Justices expressed their regret that damages were not available for the â€śhumiliating and disgracefulâ€ť manner in which Mr Stott was treated.Find out more
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