We are here to support you throughout taking legal action against the police and want you to be completely comfortable in pursuing such a claim.
Help when needed 24 hours per day at the Police Station, Magistrates or Crown Court.
Our experienced solicitors can offer support and guidance during this testing time, along with providing the best possible defence against any and all accusations.
With more than 30 years experience dealing with family law cases, our team of experts is well placed to help you get the best result.
Compensation for injuries caused by someone else’s negligence at work, on the road or in hospital.
Specialist help to defend allegations of benefit fraud such as Jobseeker’s allowance and Disability Living Allowance.
We’re here to help anyone dealing with a driving penalty, offering advice and professional representation to all.
Solicitors in Liverpool providing Specialist Legal Advice for over 30 years
Finding a Solicitor who is an expert in their field, but also remains approachable throughout the entire legal process can be a challenge. At DPP Law, we treat our clients as individuals to help to provide the best legal solution.
Our knowledgeable team of Solicitors in Liverpool and Para-Legal support staff up and down the country are dedicated to getting the best possible outcome for every person that comes through our doors. We have offices located throughout England in Bootle, Liverpool, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leicester, Bradford, and Chadwell Heath, whose staff are ready and waiting to receive your enquiry.
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