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Macks Solicitors is a modern, progressive law firm with traditional
values. Our lawyers are among the best in their field and we pride
ourselves on the quality of our client care.
At Macks, our approach has always been about putting our clients first. We understand that no two clients are alike, which is why we always take the time to really listen to you, providing advice completely tailored to suit your individual needs.
"The foundation of our success is built upon personal recommendations from satisfied clients. Taking care of our clients is at the heart of Macks – it drives everything we do.
We pride ourselves on serving the local community as well as acting for clients throughout the country.
I sincerely believe you can depend upon the strength of our legal expertise and the quality of our service. I continue to manage Macks, so please don’t hesitate to contact me personally should you have any queries whatsoever"
Macks was founded in 1995, initially as specialist personal injury lawyers, particularly serious, life-altering accident claims and related solicitors’ negligence claims. We still have a thriving team of personal injury solicitors but now offer the same quality advice and service in many other areas of law, including Wills and Probate, Family Law, Inheritance Claims, Employment Law, Civil Litigation, Conveyancing and Medical Negligence.
As well as having a team of solicitors in Middlesbrough at our head office, we also have solicitors in Darlington and solicitors in Redcar. We offer interview facilities throughout the UK and regularly visit clients up and down the country in their homes and in hospital. The expertise of our lawyers, combined with our focus on client care, has helped make us one of the leading law firms in Middlesbrough, Darlington and Redcar, offering services throughout the region and nationwide.
Questions Raised Over Military Compensation Proposals
A Teesside solicitor says proposals to reform the compensation system for those injured and killed during combat need to be closely scrutinised to ensure victims and their families don’t lose out. The Ministry of Defence wants to increase the amount of money it pays out …Read More View All News
Government Abandons Plans To Shred Company Records
The government has shelved “senseless and disastrous” plans that a solicitor feared could have prevented hundreds of Teesside industrial disease victims and their families from receiving justice. Companies House said it was considering deleting records of firms that stopped trading just six years ago, instead …Read More View All News
Warning Over Asbestos “Time Bomb” In UK Schools
Campaigners are warning of a “ticking time bomb” after research showed councils have paid out more than £10m in compensation to people who became ill because of exposure to asbestos in schools. The BBC Yorkshire findings show that 32 local authorities have made payments to …Read More View All News