Personal Injury Claims
As part of our personal legal services, PHH Solicitors can act on behalf of our clients throughout Lancashire and across the UK. We provide high-quality legal representation to those who have been injured, physically or psychologically, as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, government agency, or another party.
Medical Negligence Compensation
All healthcare professionals have a duty of care and to treat you to accepted medical standards. However, should someone suffer an injury or death as a result of their misdiagnosis or malpractice, then you will want answers, or and to make a medical negligence claim.
You can make a medical negligence claim if you are the person injured, a family member, or on behalf of a relative. Our Medical Negligence Solicitors can help you understand whether your case has merit and is worth pursuing, and will guide you through the legal steps required to present your claim.
Wills & Probate
PHH Solicitors understand sorting out the legal formalities after someone’s death can be a difficult and emotional time, and we will always help make the process straightforward for you.
A large part of our personal legal services is concerning wills and probate matters which we handle with sensitivity and discretion, with clear advice and practical assistance on all legal aspects and issues arising in the administration of a deceased’s estate.
Contentious Probate Solicitors
We understand that the death of a loved one can be an emotional and distressing time, but we are able to provide timely and sympathetic advice on the legal implications should you wish to make a claim, or if you find yourself having to defend one.
Their vast experience as probate solicitors can help you to resolve inheritance disputes as quickly as possible and achieve the best possible outcome, hopefully without going to court. Some disputes sadly, cannot be resolved without Court action, but in those cases, we are ready to fight for your best interests, and we are committed to achieving the best possible outcome to you.
Court of Protection Legal Experts
Should a family member or loved one experience difficulty making their own decisions – and there is no Power of Attorney in place, it may be necessary for you to make an Application to the Court of Protection for a “Deputy” to safeguard and manage their financial affairs.
Our dedicated Court of Protection Solicitors can explain fully about applying to the Court of Protection and the legal duties of Deputyship, with clear jargon advice and timely action to help speed up the Application.
Employment Law For Employees
Should you experience a problem in the workplace, our specialist Employment Law department can offer advice, assistance and representation to you.
We cover all aspects of Employment Law and can provide a clear understanding of how the law affects you. We can also represent you at a tribunal, or take action against an employer on your behalf.
We offer a free initial consultation, where we will discuss your rights, and how we can help you to safeguard them. We will also explain the likely costs and funding options available.
Residential Property Solicitors
PHH Solicitors are proud to have been granted Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation by the Law Society. This is a nationally recognized quality standard for residential conveyancing solicitors and evidences the high quality of service PHH Solicitors provide.
From start to finish you will receive a professional and proactive service. You will be assigned an expert conveyancer who will provide a competitive fixed fee quote.
We will provide clear advice on the relevant searches and checks in a quick and friendly manner, ensuring that everything is as it should be with your property.
News & Information
We provide fixed fees within our employment and family departments with free initial consultations in all of our specialisms together with free legal clinics in our Fleetwood and Cleveleys offices.
Our standard office opening times are Monday to Friday 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
We will accommodate clients if those hours prove difficult to make an appointment, (because of their commitments).