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Linder Myers Solicitors
Specialising in three main areas of the law: private client, bodily injury and commercial matters, our ability to provide a unique blend of individual and business legal services is what truly sets us apart from our competitors. That and an unwavering commitment that when you work with us, we’ll make sure you have the best possible experience from the beginning to end.
“Jon Andrews has been brilliant…throughout our dealings. [He] is approachable and friendly.” - Jon Andrews – Occupational Disease
Peter Kaye is a natural litigator with the right blend of combative instinct and commercial pragmatism. His warm and humorous personality enables him to get on well with clients but masks a tough and disciplined resolve that gets results. - Peter Kaye – Commercial Litigation Department
“I cannot fault Sian Morris and her team at Linder Myers for all their help in sorting out my clinical negligence claim. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to anyone who needs help in circumstances where there is a possibility of compensation.” Mr Peter Brocklehurst, Chester. - Sian Morris – Medical Negligence
“I have had my Will drawn up by Andrew and am very happy with the service and the speed which this has been dealt with.” - Andrew Cuswoth – Trusts & Estates
“I used the Law Society website to contact a number recommended solicitors and Alan Lewis was quick to respond, I was comfortable immediately that he was the right choice. He was able to explain my legal position clearly as well as showing compassion for my personal situation which gave me the confidence to tackle my […] - Alan Lewis – Employment
“I would like to give a personal thank you to all the staff who had involvement with this case and the professional approach in which has been dealt with. Linder Myers have been 100% successful in winning the case for me, and I am very happy with the financial outcome.” Neil Goldsmith - Alan Lewis – Employment
“Thank you for the way you dealt with [my] claim for unfair dismissal. I would highly recommend you in the future for your efficiency, promptness and compassion.” - Alan Lewis – Employment
“Excellent service, excellent communication, swift completion, a pleasure to use this firm.” - Duncan Rawlinson – Conveyancing
“Very good service, I would use this firm again 100%. Kamila was good in communication, I was kept up to date the whole way through.” James Gaydon - Kamila Plader – Personal Injury
“I found the service to be professional, confidential, knowledgeable and trustworthy. Thank you Rakhi [for the] regular communication and up to date information.” - Rakhi Chowhan – Personal Injury
Cheshire widow appeals for witnesses following her husband’s asbestos related death
7 Oct 2015
The widow of Ian Lamb, who died in 2011 just three weeks after being diagnosed with lung cancer as a result of asbestos exposure, is appealing for witnesses who worked at ICI in Northwich from the mid-1960’s as she launches a legal claim against the employer.
Mr Lamb was employed by Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) as a boiler man responsible for maintenance and repairs. His day to day duties often included cutting, removing, repairing and replacing pipes and lagging exposing himself unknowingly to harmful asbestos dust which led to his terminal diagnosis several decades later.
Tameside Hospital being taken out of Special Measures is a step in the right direction
7 Oct 2015
Two years ago the Keogh Review inspected 14 hospitals in England and Wales placing 11 of them into Special Measures. Tameside Hospital was one of the 11 and the only hospital in Manchester to be targeted by the review which was tasked to inspect NHS Trusts with high mortality rates.
Criticized for a number of areas including its poor quality of patient care and lack of staff, the Trust was taken out of Special Measures in mid-September 2015 yet still has a number of areas highlighted as ‘needing improvement’ including safety, effectiveness and responsiveness.
Young army recruit death during military training may cast doubts over MOD’s duty of care
5 Oct 2015
The unfortunate news of the death of a 21 year old Blackburn woman who died during basic military training in Surrey, is sadly one of a string of similar incidents in recent months. It is not known at this early stage whether the cause of death was of natural causes.
An investigation is currently underway to determine the cause of death which follows at least three similar fatalities during military training in the past three months. In September, the death of a 22 year old British soldier who drowned during a training exercise in Austria was reported. An inquest found that he had previously failed the Ministry of Defence’s swim test and should not have been permitted to participate in the white water rafting exercise.