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Liverpool Solicitors

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Liverpool Solicitors, EAD are passionate about solving your legal problems. So if you are looking for a solicitor specialising in areas of law such as Personal Injury, Medical Negligence, Industrial Disease and Employment Law or Commercial Litigation you’ve come to the right place. EAD Solicitors was founded in 1974 in Liverpool, and helps clients all over England and Wales. 

EAD Solicitors are recognised as a Top 200 Law firm in the United Kingdom, and are considered to be leaders in areas of law such as Personal Injury Claims, Medical Negligence, Industrial Disease and Employment Law, plus many more.  EAD Solicitors are proud to be awarded LEXCEL, a Law Society Accreditation along with the Conveyancing Quality Scheme. EAD also work with and/or have been accredited by Neurosupport, The Spinal Injuries Association and Actions Against Medical Accidents for our Medical Negligence and Serious Injury work.

Liverpool Solicitors, EAD understand that the need for a solicitor comes at a time when life is complicated. Over the years EAD Solicitors has helped thousands of clients enjoy jargon free legal advice, and seek the outcome that you deserve so please visit our Liverpool office or call us to arrange an appointment. We can even arrange to visit you at your home or place of work.

Our clients keep coming back to us, which is why we say when you choose us, it’s for life, through the good times and the bad.

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What others say about us

Liverpool businsess awards 2016

You’ve heard many claim that they are the best, and even more say they’ve recovered millions for their clients with money upfront just for signing on the dotted line. But how many solicitor firms exist because of reputation alone?

With years of experience delivering legal services nationwide we’re proud to deliver on quality alone. But don’t take our word for it, we have it here in black and white.

Check out EAD Solicitors reviews below and at solicitor.info

Extremely happy with the outcome of my Personal Injury Claim and can only thank Paul McCarthy and his team at EAD Solicitors for all their work and efforts on my behalf. As such I would highly recommend EAD to anyone in need of their service. Once again thanks to all involved.
Brodie Martin, Surrey
Mr L Jones, Berkshire

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