Bartletts Law Solicitors

At Bartletts we have been using the law to protect and support our clients since 1860. You are assured of a warm welcome from our friendly, professional team.

Bartletts Solicitors have a tradition of commitment, hard work, and the highest levels of expertise in the areas of law we practice.

Personal Injury From Food Poisoning

When you visit a restaurant, the last thing on your mind is likely to be food poisoning.

When A Solicitor Gets It Wrong

Personal injury cases can go wrong in so many ways. As experts in this field we can put things right.

Taking On A Business Lease

Business leases play a key role in the success or failure of any business. A solicitor can advise prospective commercial tenants.

Helping Landlords With Disputes

Once a dispute between a landlord and tenant has 'gone to court' things can get very confusing.

Our Staff

Bartletts Law Solicitors

As at January 2015 we have 22 solicitors assisted by 30 legal staff. We have a solicitor expert in your legal need. At Bartletts we are always pleased to hear from new and returning clients.

About Our Firm

About Bartletts Solicitors

Our ‘no win no fee’ and ‘fixed fee’ services are easy to use. We represent clients across England & Wales. Expert in personal injury, landlord & tenant, residential & commercial property, and wills, trusts & probate.

Call Us On 0800 373 894

Bartletts Solicitors Contact

Call our new enquiry line on 0800 373 894 or click here for departments and solicitor contact details. We offer 'no win no fee' and fixed fee services. We are always happy to talk to new and existing clients.

Bartletts Solicitors News

Bartletts Solicitors News

News, Articles, & Vacancies

Our latest newsletter features articles on buy to let property, care costs and dependency claims to name but a few. There is lots for you to read and competitions too. If you would like a copy of our newsletter email with the word 'Newsletter' as the subject.

- Permanent position: commercial property fee earner (2 years PQE).
- Nicola Perry’s personal injury article (23 January 2015).