For many years Samuel Phillips Law Firm has retained a strong and successful working relationship with...
Samuel Phillips Law Firm's family law department is widely recognised as one of the leading teams of experts in Newcastle.
Starting or growing a business can give the owners an enormous sense of pride and satisfaction.
Samuel Phillips Law Firm can count a number of north east educational establishments as regular clients. From this experience we understand the language and priorities of the education sector and can therefore deliver bespoke solutions that precisely meet the needs of the organisation.
We are very proud to count one of the UK's largest police forces as a long standing client...
Samuel Phillips Law Firm work with a wide range of non profit organisations and support their need to protect their interests...
We appreciate that fact that legal proceedings are often the last thing you want to be thinking about when you have been hurt, but sometimes there is a need for redress.
We can provide expert advice on personal injury issues, can arrange compensation for you, and can provide legal representation against individuals or any organisation – no matter how large or small. We respect the fact that these issues are often sensitive in nature, and we will work to ensure that your reputation and interests are protected at all times.
Samuel Phillips cares for the individual. We can provide a truly personalised service.
Let’s talk about it. Telephone our Litigation Department and speak to either Claire Farrell on 0191 255 0223 or Adam Chaffer on 0191 255 0210
In most cases you will pay nothing at all whether your case is successful or not.
Yes. In most cases three years, but there are exceptions. Now is the best time to act.
In high risk or complex cases we may agree with you from the outset that a success fee of up to 25% may be charged. This will not be payable if your claim is unsuccessful.
Probably not. Most cases settle. We often need to issue court proceeding to move matters along but it is rare for a case to go all the way to trial.
It is impossible to say; it all depends on factors such as the complexity of the case, how long it takes you to recover and whether liability is admitted
February 1, 2019
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