Our outstanding team of lawyers have expertise in dealing with all personal injury claims, ranging from relatively minor injuries to multi-million-pound head and spinal injury claims.
We understand that making a compensation claim can seem daunting and you may be unsure about what the process involves. We’ll give you clear, practical advice and keep you informed at every stage of your claim. If you make a personal injury claim with Macks you can be guaranteed that your case will be dealt with on a No Win, No Fee basis. We never compromise on quality. Our energy and commitment to providing you with the best service is second to none.
We have a wealth of expertise and experience within our personal injury team and are extremely proud of our reputation as specialist personal injury lawyers. We act for claimants throughout the UK in cases ranging from road traffic and cycling accidents, accidents at work, tripping and slipping injury claims, dog bite and holiday injury claims to catastrophic injuries and mesothelioma cancer cases. Every year we recover millions of pounds in compensation for our clients.
We are dedicated to our clients’ welfare and provide full support from start to finish, whether it’s arranging private medical treatment, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, or securing early compensation payments to alleviate any financial worries. We always go that extra mile to fight for the compensation you deserve. You’ll receive one-to-one service from expert personal injury lawyers, with explanations in plain English.
We’ll deal with your claim in a way that suits you, meeting in person, speaking over the telephone and communicating by email. We offer home and hospital visits and have interview facilities throughout the UK. Contact us for a personalised service tailored to your specific needs. Call 0800 980 9390 or use our contact form and we’ll be in touch.
Since being established in 1995 Macks Solicitors has built its reputation on providing an exceptional service to those who have suffered personal injury. The firm was set up by Nick Mack with a view to obtaining justice for victims of accidents and industrial disease whilst providing them with a quality and caring service. The firm was initially built up on the basis of a reputation for suing other firms for badly handled personal injury claims; indeed the firm still handles such cases. Macks are able to provide a top quality service for those who have been injured in road traffic accidents, cycling accidents, accidents at work, accidents on holiday, slipping and tripping accidents and those who have been the victims of industrial disease, including asbestos related claims. The vast majority of our personal injury team have been with the firm for many years and are proud to be part of a company that always strives to do its very best for its clients.
Whilst our head office is based in Middlesbrough we also have offices in Darlington and Redcar with interview facilities throughout the United Kingdom. Home and hospital visits can also be arranged. The extensive experience of our personal injury team combined with our focus on client care has helped to make us a leading personal injury firm.
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