Major investment At Solicitors In DarlingtonFebruary 6, 2015
One of the leading firms of solicitors in Darlington has undergone an eye-catching facelift that signals its intent to play a central role in the town’s future.
Macks Solicitors in Darlington’s St Cuthbert’s Way has been brightened up with a new fascia and logo, with landscaped gardens coming soon.
“We’ve invested tens of thousands of pounds in our offices here and in Middlesbrough and Redcar,” explained managing director and founder Nick Mack.
“We’re staying in Darlington and want to be a major part of what’s happening here.”
Nick has assembled an impressive team of experts to serve Darlington’s legal needs, specialising in Personal Injury lawyers, asbestos lawyers, medical negligence lawyers and work injury compensation lawyers, Family lawyers, Conveyancing lawyers, Employment lawyers, Wills lawyers and Probate lawyers.
The town holds a special place in Nick’s affections after he spent five very happy years at Darling Hodgsons in Coniscliffe Road in the early 1990s, before establishing his own highly-successful firm.
“I loved working as a solicitor in Darlington and helping people here and in the neighbouring communities of County Durham and North Yorkshire,” he said.
“It’s where I cut my teeth as a serious injury lawyer and solicitors’ negligence lawyer. When I established Macks Solicitors in Middlesbrough in December 1995, it was always my intention to have solicitors in Darlington and to pick up where I’d left off.
“We really value all the fantastic support and loyalty we’ve received from the people of Darlington over the years.”
Honesty and integrity underpin everything Macks does and Nick is justifiably proud of the reputation the firm has earned for caring for clients and delivering consistently outstanding results.
He hopes the new look will remind local people that Macks Solicitors in Darlington is part of their community and has the expertise to give them the personal service they deserve.
“We spent a long time considering the change in our logo, with lots of hard work and input from my family,” he said.
“We’re here for the long term and I think our £50,000 investment in refurbishing our offices illustrates that commitment to the town.”