Lanyon Bowdler

Lanyon Bowdler

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One of Shropshire’s largest law firms, with a presence in the city of Hereford, we are able to offer legal advice throughout both counties from local offices.

The expertise of many of our talented key individuals and departments is recognised by leading UK legal directories – such as The Legal 500 and Chambers.

Our head office is situated in Shrewsbury at Abbey Lawn Business Park; further offices are located in Hereford, Ludlow, Oswestry and Telford.

We differentiate ourselves by being totally client focused, building relationships and working with you in order to develop trust and understanding. We offer additional benefits such as regular newsletters, access to seminars and events, plus most importantly friendly staff who will listen to you, respond and provide a quality level of service, together with excellent results.

Client satisfaction is paramount, recent statistics show 99% of our clients, would recommend us. Testimonials are used in marketing materials and displayed on the firm’s website.

Lexcel accredited and an Investor in People, we are an award winning multi-disciplinary law firm, specialising in all aspects of the law. We have achieved the awards of: Law Firm of the Year (5 – 15 partners) at the Birmingham Law Society Awards, Highly Commended for the LSA Award for Excellence in Environmental Responsibility at The Law Society Excellence Awards 2010, plus partner and head of the personal injury team Neil Lorimer was awarded PI Lawyer of the Year (Claimant) at the Eclipse Proclaim Personal Injury Awards in 2009.

With a progressive outlook and a commitment to the environment, we enjoy embracing opportunities to work with the community – supporting charities and enterprising initiatives.
 

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