Lawyers on Merseyside

 

Merseyside is a county in the north-west of England including the city of Liverpool and bordering Lancashire and Greater Manchester. Sefton, St Helens and the Wirral are also included in the county of Merseyside. Lawyers in Merseyside do not necessarily specialise in a certain area of law, though there are more commercial lawyers in Liverpool as it is more of centre for commerce than the surrounding area.

There are many law courts in Merseyside as it is a county with several towns within it. If you want to locate the correct court you should contact a lawyer. Merseyside court systems are no different to the rest of the country, so if you would like to start a civil claim in Merseyside then you should submit the claim form to your local county court, provided it is of relatively low value and complexity. If the claim is under £5,000 in value then you may be able to bring the claim yourself without the use of a lawyer, though you should be aware that a lawyer will help you to maximise the available damages.

In a criminal case you should always have legal advice. You can use your right to free legal advice and should at least speak to a lawyer. Merseyside police have a duty to contact the Criminal Defence Call Centre if you decide you wish to use your free legal advice and the call centre will decide whether you can have advice over the phone or whether you require attendance by a lawyer.

If you would like help finding recommended solicitors local to Merseyside, Contact Law can put you in touch with a firm we work with free of charge. So, if you have any questions please call us on 0800 1777 162 or complete the web-form above.

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