Express Solicitors end of year results
Wrong instructions with Little Tikes slide leads to nine-year-old girl suffering multiple facial fractures.
Case against Little Tikes who added the wrong instructions to a wooden slide which resulted in serious injuries for a child
Express Solicitors reports best ever financials
18 Sep 2017 North West Business Richard Frost
Express Solicitors, the Northenden-based personal injury law firm, has posted its best ever financial results.
The firm has generated a turnover of £13.75m in 2017, up by 12 per cent on a year earlier. Sister medical company Ontime Reports contributed a further £3m.
Caseloads grew to 8,385 from 8,041 over the same period. Express Solicitors now has 198 employees including 78 fee earners and 22 partners.
Managing partner James Maxey said: “Our ability to grow in this tough sector is down to our skilled, dedicated and compassionate team of lawyers and other staff who remain fully committed to getting injured people the justice they deserve.”
Express Solicitors added that the firm is progressing well towards achieving its goal of reaching £20m turnover within five years.
Anna Pearson gives comment on the growing area of Cosmetic Vaginal surgery.
Johnathan Flattery’s client who’s son burnt his hand on a faulty Beko Washing machine Also published in two other newspapers and 3 online news wires.
Jonathan Flattery’s client who was injured playing Bubble football. Publishing in 4 other newspaper and Online
Jonathan Flattery’s client who’s Sony Phone caused burns to his hands. Reported in The Star and The Telegraph. Published in 7 different languages across the world as well as 2 newspapers and 12 online news wires
Jonathan Flattery Speaks to ITV News about his client Sarah McManus after her accident at Flipout Chester.
Richard Lowery on Radio 5 live discussing the proposed changes to victims of road traffic accidents and the government’s decision to deny compensation to those victims
Audio of James Maxey Speaking at the Litigation Futures Conference Sept 2016
Listen to Senior Partner, Robin Patey, appear as a guest speaker on BBC Radio 5 Live discussing the tragic accident that occurred at Alton Towers theme park.