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The Safest And Most Dangerous Places To Work In Great Britain

Do you live in one of the safest or most dangerous places to work in Great Britain? From fatal to non-fatal injuries, the accident at work claims team at Express Solicitors has looked across the UK to find out. Based on data from the Health and Safety Executive we’ll tell you exactly how safe or […]

What do long court delays mean for our clients?

Long term underfunding of courts around the UK has led to irretrievable delays. We explore the impact this has made to our clients’ lives while they wait for their cases to be resolved. Court delays have been worsening for several years. Local courts have been left to crumble and eventually close, forcing clients to travel […]

Express Solicitors in the News

Express Solicitors works with advisors on growth options 3 March 2022 In line with our goal to become a top-100 UK law firm, we have started working with advisors on growth options that include a domestic merger or a listing. While this is ongoing, we are pursuing inorganic growth primarily via acquiring bolt-on sized counterparts […]

10 Things You Must Do After An Accident At Work

No matter whether you work in an office or on a building site, it is your employer’s duty to ensure you are safe while working. Unfortunately, many workplaces do not comply with the latest Health and Safety legislation, which can put you at risk. If you have had an accident at work, you will know […]

Cambridge PFOS Water Contamination

There have been very concerning reports recently that water contaminated with perflurooctane sulphonate (PFOS) has been supplied to over 1000 homes by Cambridge Water in the Stapleford and Great Shelford area. PFOS, coming from a wider group of chemicals known as polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), has been linked to kidney and testicular cancers, diseases involving the […]

Personal injury law firm predicts an increase in accidents and road rage following highway code changes

Manchester-based personal injury firm Express Solicitors have criticised the government for a lack of investment in publicity ahead of a launch of significant changes to the highway code that they predict could cause chaos on the roads. The law firm handles thousands of personal injury claims each year following road accidents, including cycle accident claims, […]

RBS agrees £8m revolving credit agreement with Express Solicitors

Manchester-based personal injury law firm, Express Solicitors, has signed a revolving credit agreement with The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) worth £8m. The RBS funding will support the firm and give it the flexibility to achieve its ambitious growth plans. It will help finance a strategy based on both organic and acquisition-based expansion, as well […]

3 Need-To-Know Rules from the Updated Highway Code

The Highway Code, first published in 1931, is something that all road users, not just drivers, should have a working knowledge of as it applies to all equally. Some of the rules are legal requirements, meaning that you are committing a criminal offence if you do not follow them. A breach of these rules can […]

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

In the UK around 850 women die each year of cervical cancer. Tragically, that is more than two per day. Additionally, over 220,000 women, and persons with a cervix, are diagnosed with cervical cell changes, each year in the UK. January 17-23 marks Cervical Cancer Prevention week in the UK, with many charities and health […]

Law Firms Purchased By Express Solicitors

Welcome to Express Solicitors If you’ve reached this page after visiting another law firm’s website, it’s likely to be because we’ve purchased that law firm. We are a top 200 personal injury specialist legal practice – one of the biggest in the entire UK. We are rapidly growing, but our focus is always on supporting […]

162 new employees at Express Solicitors during last 12 months including clinical negligence partner and in-house barrister

Clinical Negligence Partner – Carol Brooks-Johnson and new in-house barrister- Garreth Duggan have been appointed by Manchester-based personal injury law firm, Express Solicitors. The pair are just two of 162 new appointments made by the firm from September 2020 to August 2021. Carol Brooks-Johnson joins Express Solicitors as Head of Clinical Negligence and heads up […]

Express Solicitors promotes 56 employees including six new partners

Manchester-based personal injury law firm, Express Solicitors, has made good on its policy to bring its brightest talent through the ranks with the promotion of 56 employees from September 2020 to August 2021. Six employees have been promoted to partner, including three who started in the new client team before achieving a training contract at […]

Express Solicitors Group turnover at record high of £31.3m

Manchester-based personal injury law firm, Express Solicitors, has announced its best ever financial results, with group turnover up by 14% from last year to £31.3m. Turnover for Express Solicitors was up from £22.6m in 2020 to £26m in 2021 while medical reporting agency, Ontime Group, increased turnover from £4.9m to £5.3m. Caseloads over the year […]

Express Solicitors appoints new Chief Financial Officer to oversee continued growth

Pauline Reeves has been appointed by Manchester-based personal injury (PI) law firm, Express Solicitors, as its new Chief Financial Officer.

Service by email – should the Civil Procedure Rules be changed?

In 1971, over 47 years ago, a Mr Ray Tomlinson, computer engineer, sent the very first email. This was a test message to himself, which he sent to a computer that was placed right next to the computer he had used to send his message.

Legal considerations for healthcare workers

Healthcare workers, whether they be employed by the NHS or a private company are often exposed to very high risks of injury during the course of their employment due to the nature of the work they undertake and can involve working on premises such as care homes or away from the workplace such as patient’s own homes.