Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
We understand that choosing the right lawyer is difficult and we
want to help you make an informed decision on the best lawyer for
you. We set out below some of the answers to questions you should be asking your
Q: How long have Simpson Millar LLP been practising law?
Simpson Millar formed in the 1850s and has a long history of acting for many different types of clients. We have been acting for the CWU (Communications Workers
Union) since the 1920s and they are a long standing respected client of the firm.
Simpson Millar became Simpson Millar LLP in December 2005.
Q: What are the firm's main focus areas?
We have extensive experience in
personal injury claims,
employment law, asbestos
medical negligence, road traffic
accidents and wills
Q: Have you ever been to trial?
Yes - we have taken many claims to trial, however, some claims do get settled out of court and all our lawyer's have the appropriate experience to be able to deal with your case appropriately.
Q: Will you charge me for this consultation?
We will always inform you at the outset of a consultation of any costs involved.
Q: Are all claims run on a "no win no fee" basis?
Not all claims can be run on a "no win no fee" basis and we will advise you at the
outset of the best way to fund your claim.
Q: Do I need special insurance to cover costs should I be unsuccessful?
In some cases you can be liable for the successful parties costs and we will advise
you at the beginning of your claim if we feel it is appropriate for you to take
out an insurance policy.
Q: Do you have an office near me?
We have offices in: Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Newcastle, Leeds, London, Manchester, Sheffield and Wimbledon.
If you would like any further information or have a question for us, please contact
us on our, no obligation, online enquiry form
and we will call you back or you can call us directly on 0844 858 3200.
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