With its latest announcement, Pepperells Solicitors aims to offer new clients access to legal advice regarding criminal detainment, or legal representation when claiming compensation for a criminal injury. As a member of the police station duty solicitor scheme, Pepperells operate a police station call-out system and can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
More information can be accessed at: https://www.pepperells.com/criminal-defence
The expansion of the firm’s criminal injury and criminal defence practice to Grimsby follows its successful family law practice in North East Lincolnshire.
Originally founded in 1985 by Stewart Pepperell, the firm is well-established with experience in a wide range of practice areas. Pepperells Solicitors has eight offices across the country. Key practice areas include civil litigation, probate, education, conveyancing, agricultural law, business, and employment law.
The team at Pepperells Solicitors works closely with new clients who need guidance following an arrest or those that are victims of a crime and are seeking compensation for their injuries. The firm’s website provides detailed information outlining the reasons why legal advice and representation are important after being detained, even if the detainee is innocent.
For example, Pepperells Solicitors state that they can obtain disclosure before a police interview enabling them to investigate the evidence against a client. The firm can then make a client aware of their legal rights under the law and explain the bounds and regulations within which the authorities must operate. Top criminal solicitors in Grimsby may continue to advise clients after an interview, whether or not under caution, or when released on bail as the investigation continues.
Legal advice may be free for qualifying clients and is subject to them meeting the satisfactory means-tested criteria for legal assistance in the UK. Visit https://www.pepperells.com/criminal-injury for details.
Specialist lawyers can represent the victims of a crime and build a credible case that could result in the maximum possible compensation. According to Pepperells Solicitors, for a criminal injury case to be admissible, the crime must have been reported to the police, the client must have sought medical attention for the injury, and the incident must have happened within the previous two years without the client contributing to it in any way.
According to a spokesperson for the firm, “We offer services to the victims of crime to claim an award for the physical or mental injuries suffered. We also provide criminal defence services in Bridlington, BeverleyScunthorpe, Hull, Goole, and York.”
About the Firm
Pepperells Solicitors was founded in 1985 and expanded its presence after incorporating Ivesons Solicitors in 2009 and Myer Wolff Solicitors in 2014. Their office in Grimsby opened in 2019. The 120-strong team works with private citizens and corporations across the United Kingdom.
Visit https://www.pepperells.com/the-grimsby-office for more information.
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