Looking for a solicitor in Cheshire or Merseyside? We’re here to offer legal assistance
We have solicitors in Cheshire and Merseyside who are experts in all areas of the law and available to help you resolve your legal dilemma.
You might be looking for direction in terms of the law because of an injury you’ve sustained in an accident in Liverpool or Chester, Warrington or Crewe. Or it could be that you need help making redundancies as a business, or want to overcome the legislative hurdles when buying a property to let.
In fact, in 2010, there were 172 claims relating to housing problems (not involving money) that went to a county court in Cheshire and Merseyside. It’s those kinds of legal events, and many others, that First4lawyers can help with.
Whatever the case, we’re here for you. It’s easy to get in touch.
Why Choose First4lawyers?
Good ethics are everything to us. From seeking compensation for you to advising you on a personal or business legal matter, we only have your best interests at heart.
We have been awarded Personal Injury Claims Firm of the Year in 2012, 2013, and 2015.
We contribute to local charities because we believe it’s important to invest in the community.
We provide a friendly, approachable service.
Professional, helpful, understanding, informative and they do exactly what they say they will do - get you compensation for your accident.
A bit more information to help you
Is there a fee when I first seek advice?
When you get in contact, either by calling us or requesting a callback at the top of the screen, we will ensure you speak to one of our legally qualified assistants for free. They will pinpoint your legal issue and review precisely how we can help and what you need to get the resolution you want. There is no initial charge, no obligation and no risk involved.
Will my solicitor be local to me?
We believe in matching to expertise as opposed to post code, and whilst we try and find you the right solicitor in the right location we recognise this isn’t always possible.
Using First4lawyers you’ll be connected with the right specialist for your case, and with the help of modern technology and home visits we are confident you will get the right balance of service and convenience wherever you are.
Will my details be kept confidential?
Yes, any information you provide us with will be kept confidential. The only people who will have access to any of the details you give us are our solicitors, all of whom are pre-screened so we can be sure they will treat your case with honesty and integrity.
If you have a question that’s not answered above, visit our FAQs page.
People in Cheshire and Merseyside have made claims before
We help people seek justice and make a claim up and down the country every year. As you can see below, that was no different in Cheshire and Merseyside in 2014.
Helpful local institutions for you
Warrington Police Station
If you ever need to report a crime in Warrington, you should either call 101 or visit your local police service. In an emergency however, it’s always best to phone 999. If you want to drop in yourself:
Warrington Police Station, Arpley Street, Warrington, WA1 1LQ.
Liverpool City Council
For anything that’s related to services such as benefits and housing, you can contact your local council. If you’re in the Liverpool area, you can call Liverpool City Council on 0151 233 3000, or write to:
Liverpool City Council, 24 Hatton Garden, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 2AA.
Crewe Heritage Centre
This is the equivalent of a tourist information centre in Crewe. If you need to know where any of the local amenities are, a quick visit to the Crewe Heritage Centre should be all you need to be able to find your way. Call on 01270 212130, or go to:
The Crewe Heritage Trust, Vernon Way, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 2DB.
Cheshire West and Chester Council
Should you live in the Chester area, you can arrange an appointment to talk about any council-run services, like parks and pathways, for example. Call Cheshire West and Chester Council on 0300 123 8123. Alternatively, visit:
Cheshire West & Chester Council, HQ, Nicholas Street, Chester, CH1 2NP.
Birkenhead Citizens Advice Bureau
The CAB in Birkenhead is there to offer residents advice across a range of subjects – it’s all completely free, confidential and neutral. If you have something you’d like to discuss, call 0844 477 2121, or go to:
Birkenhead Citizens Advice Bureau, 50 Argyle Street, Birkenhead, Merseyside CH41 6AF.
Royal Liverpool University Hospital
Should you live in or around Liverpool and ever need to visit hospital for emergency or non-urgent care, your closest location is likely to be the Royal Liverpool University Hospital. Should you need to call, you can do that on 0151 706 2000, or visit yourself:
Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Prescot Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L7 8XP.
You can contact your closest NHS Trust if you have an issue that relates to any of your local healthcare establishments, such as clinics, surgeries and hospitals. If you’re in Crewe, you can contact the Crewe NHS on 01270 255 141 or visit:
Crewe NHS, Leighton Hospital, Leighton, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 4QJ.
North Cheshire Magistrates’ Court
If you ever need to go to court for something like a road traffic violation and live around Warrington, you’ll likely be summoned to North Cheshire Magistrates’ Court. If you have an enquiry that can be taken care of over the phone, ring 01925 236 250, otherwise you can find it at:
North Cheshire Magistrates' Court, Arpley Street, Warrington, WA1 1LQ.