Solicitors in Bootle, Merseyside
Bootle is the HQ of David Phillips & Partners and so we’ve got two offices in this borough of Merseyside:
268 Stanley Road
Criminal Defence Solicitors in Bootle
DPP Law is recognised as one of the top fraud defence solicitors in the UK. Beyond fraud, our criminal defence lawyers in Bootle are experienced at fighting allegations of any magnitude. So, it doesn’t matter if you’re battling a drugs accusation or a murder charge – there’s always a Bootle criminal defence solicitor from DPP who can help.
Accident Claims Lawyer in Bootle
We’ve got a team of personal injury solicitors in Bootle who are dedicated to helping locals get fair access to justice following an accident. You can reach our accident claims solicitors in Bootle today, by using the form on the right or calling the office number on 0151 933 5525.
Benefit Fraud Solicitors in Bootle
As mentioned above, DPP Law is nationally regarded as a leader in fraud defence. If you’re looking to contest a charge of benefit fraud, solicitors in Bootle are already on standby to help. You can visit our offices on Stanley Street directly to meet our best benefit fraud solicitors in Bootle, or call the main HQ directly on 0151 933 5525.
Serious Fraud Solicitor in Bootle
Our serious fraud solicitors in Bootle have already been acknowledged for their sterling work in this complex sector of law: The serious fraud lawyers working in Bootle back when DPP was first established helped command the first ever serious fraud contract, by request of the Legal Services Commission. You can benefit from that history, experience and skill by calling our serious fraud solicitors in Bootle today. Dial 0151 933 5525 to contact the office directly or call free on 0800 027 7870 and we’ll put you through.
Driving Offence Solicitors in Bootle
If you’re facing a speeding or drinking penalty, our driving offences lawyer in Bootle can help. If you’ve been falsely accused, we’ll do everything within our power and 28 years of experience, to defend your case. Perhaps you were at fault and so need help in a different way; this is why our driving offence lawyers in Bootle help to run a free clinic on motoring crimes in town, every Friday afternoon (14:00-16:00):
Actions Against the Police Solicitors, Bootle
If you have been wronged by British law enforcement in any way, you have a right to sue the police. Bootle is the DPP Law HQ and so is the right place to contact if you want to take action against the police. We’ll support you in cases of wrongful arrest, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution.
Family Law Solicitor, Bootle
We can help in all family legal issues; anything from adoptions to emergency protection cases, our Bootle family law team can support you. Please get in touch if you have any family law matters on your mind. You might be entitled to Legal Aid and won’t have to pay a penny for our help. It’s worth getting in touch to find out.
Family Mediation, Bootle
Family disputes can often lead to very upsetting and distressing cases, but DPP can offer a mediation service that ensures all parties involved can resolve the issues in an amicable and hassle-free way.
This is a cost-effective and quick method for resolving disputes. Call our family mediation team free now on 020 3141 78 75.
Prison Law, Bootle
Our top prison law solicitor works in Bootle and can be contacted on 0151 236 3331. Parole hearings, categorisation reviews, lifer reviews – we’ve got everything covered.
The origins of Bootle can be traced back to the Domesday Book, William the Conqueror’s great survey of Britain, conducted in 1086. Then, Bootle was known as ‘Boltelai’, a derivative of ‘building’, although it is not known which building that refers to. Bootle became a sea-bathing resort in the 19th Century. Some of the wealthy ship-owners, dignitaries such as Lord Derby, and commuters to Liverpool built large Victorian villas here, especially around Merton Road and Derby Park. When the Liverpool to Southport railway was opened in the 1840’s, Bootle grew quickly. It grew as a port in the 19th century, and was strategically important in World War II for supplies from America. This led to large-scale bombing during the ‘Liverpool Blitz’, and mass evacuations of children, especially to North Wales towns such as Llandudno and Conwy. Although Bootle declined after the war, long-term investment in the area by firms such as David Phillips & Partners Solicitors, and regeneration projects assisted with European funding, have made it a town ‘on the up’. Famous former residents of the town include Tom Baker (a former ‘Dr. Who’ and voice-over character on ‘Little Britain’); Tom O’Connor, comedian; George Davies, the founder of Next clothing, and George at Asda; and Jamie Carragher, former Liverpool FC and England defender.