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Every year we help over a thousand injured people make claims for compensation on a no win no fee basis.

Our service is designed to be easy to use: meetings by phone & email, local medical appointments, sign documents online, or visit our city centre offices.

Our solicitors are very experienced having worked at the firm for an average of 18 years.

Customer service is very important to us. John Bartlett has been managing the firm for over 40 years and takes customer satisfaction very seriously.



How Can Bartletts Solicitors Help You?

A free no obligation quick case assessment, followed by a No Win No Fee claim.

We help you recover whatever you have lost financially whilst injured.

Get back on your feet as quickly as possible with expert medical care.

We take all the stress out of the claim and ensure you recover everything you are entitled to.

  • Personal Injury Solicitors In Liverpool City Centre
  • Case Study: Accident At A Shop In Liverpool City Centre
  • Case Study: Compensation For Teaching Assistant Injured At Work
  • Case Study: Compensation For Slipping Accident In Liverpool
  • Case Study: Accident At Hotel In Liverpool City Centre
Visit us in Liverpool. No appointment needed to speak to an accident solicitor for free no obligation advice. Offices opposite Liverpool One Debenhams store, 2 minutes walk from James Street train station, at Marldon Chambers, 30 North John Street. Open 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday. Telephone advice until 8pm.

Bartletts Solicitors has a specialist team of personal injury solicitors in Liverpool City Centre. We have been acting on behalf of clients in Liverpool and Merseyside for 47 years. Our local knowledge guarantees you will get the most reliable legal advice and most effective legal representation.

As a client of Bartletts you will benefit from the expertise of our experienced personal injury solicitors, and a tradition of client service that dates back to 1860, the year that Bartletts was founded by William Bartlett, a solicitor who set up in business at Marldon Chambers on North John Street, where the firm’s head office remains to this day.

The local knowledge that Bartletts Solicitors has gained over the years from representing clients in the area puts us in the best position to offer personal injury advice in Liverpool and Merseyside, and also negotiate the highest compensation settlements for clients. Our main areas of expertise are accidents at work, road traffic accidents, cycling accidents, slips, trips and falls in shops, supermarkets and public places, accidents involving children, and injuries from visits to hair and beauty salons.

We have over 50 legal staff and 8 offices nationwide, making us one of the UK's leading personal injury law firms. Our service is easy to use. No need to visit our offices, as all legal work can be carried out via phone, post and e-mail. We can organise free medical appointments local to where you live. You can also meet your lawyer face to face via video conferencing or in the comfort of your own home. We are more than happy to meet with personal injury clients at our Liverpool City Centre offices next to Liverpool 1.

Bartletts has a tradition of commitment, hard work, and the highest levels of expertise in personal injury law. Client care is our highest priority. Our specialist solicitors ensure that you are always kept up to date with every aspect of your case, and we aim obtain the maximum amount of damages for our clients with the minimum of fuss. Contact us today, whatever type of accident you have been involved in, for a free no obligation consultation with a fully trained solicitor in our Liverpool City Centre office who is an expert in the relevant area of personal injury law.

Our firm is Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Our firm recently represented a man who was injured when he slipped over in a shop in Liverpool City Centre and later won over £3,000 in compensation. Mr T lost his footing while walking down some wet steps at the shop that had recently been cleaned after another customer had spilled a drink on them. He strained his back in the accident and was unable to return to his manual occupation for 2 weeks during which time, as a self-employed contractor, he lost a substantial sum that he would have otherwise earned. We argued successfully that if the steps had been dried properly, or if a wet floor warning sign had been placed at the top of the steps, the accident would most likely not have occurred. Contact our personal injury solicitors in Liverpool City Centre if you have been injured through no fault of your own while out shopping.
Bartletts Solicitors recently represented a part-time teaching assistant at a primary school who was injured in an accident at work through no fault of his own and later successfully claimed compensation from his employer. One day while he was carrying out his duties a tabletop fell on our client causing a serious fracture to his wrist. He subsequently underwent two complicated and painful operations, and required care and assistance with day-to-day tasks for an extended period, during which time his arm was completely useless and he was unable to work at the school. We were able to establish that the tabletop was in a hazardous state of disrepair at the time of the accident, and capable of falling off and causing injury at any point. This meant that the negligence of the employer was the primary cause of our client’s injuries. Following an admission of liability by the local council in question, our client received £20,000 in compensation, in addition a sum covering his travel and medical costs.
Bartletts Solicitors recently acted on behalf of a client who was injured when she went to buy a coffee one morning from a shop in Liverpool. As Mrs T was walking down the aisle she slipped on a piece of fruit that had been spilled on the floor and fell, banging her head on the tiled floor. Members of staff came to her assistance, and as she felt dizzy and nauseous, a family member was called who escorted Mrs T to a nearby NHS walk-in centre where she was diagnosed with a concussion and muscle damage to her neck. Mrs T was unable to return to work for a week after the accident, and suffered from headaches and neck pain during that time. On the recommendation of a friend, she decided to get in touch with our personal injury solicitors in Liverpool to discuss her legal options.

We advised Mrs T that the shop owed her a duty of care under the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 to take appropriate measures to ensure that she was kept reasonably safe while visiting the premises. We were able to establish that the shop in question did not operate an efficient rota for checking the aisles and identifying potential hazards within a reasonable time frame. The spilled fruit represented a clear slipping hazard and was likely to have been left undetected for some time due to absence of an effective inspection and cleaning rota. We therefore argued that the shop had not taken reasonable steps to avoid Mrs T getting injured, and provided a medical report in support of her claim outlining the extent of her injuries. The shop’s insurers ultimately accepted that the store was liable for the accident, and Mrs T later received a cheque for £2,750 in compensation.

Contact our accident claim solicitors in Liverpool if you have been injured through no fault of your own in a shop or other public place and wish to discuss a possible compensation claim.
Our firm recently represented a guest who was injured through no fault of his own while staying overnight at a hotel in Liverpool city centre. Mr T suffered a broken ankle after slipping on a wet floor in the hotel’s lobby. The area of floor had been cleaned by hotel staff roughly 15 minutes prior to the accident, and was still in a wet and slippery condition, while no slipping hazard warning signs had been put in position to prevent guests from walking across the area. Mr T was in considerable pain and could not move following the accident. The hotel’s reception called an ambulance immediately, and Mr T underwent surgery on his ankle later the same day. He struggled with pain and loss of mobility for the next 6 months, and also lost a significant amount in earnings during that time due to enforced time off work and his contractual status.

Mr T was dissatisfied with a compensation offer from the hotel’s owners, which he felt to be totally inadequate, and subsequently decided to seek legal advice. Bartletts Solicitors went on to represent Mr T in a no win no fee personal injury claim against the Liverpool city centre hotel’s parent company. In correspondence with the hotel group’s insurers, we argued that the hotel and its staff were at fault for failing to dry the floor in the lobby properly after cleaning, and also for not placing any wet floor warning signs around the area to alert guests to the slipping hazard. The hotel had failed in the duty of care it owed Mr T under the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957, and we were able to obtain an admission of full liability from the hotel group’s insurers relatively quickly in this case, with our client receiving a total of £6,500 in compensation.

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Our personal injury solicitors in Liverpool City Centre (Nicola Perry, Trevor Morris, Sian Taylor and Lydia Windrow) are real specialists each with years of experience.

Call now for your free consultation. We guarantee you a warm welcome and a lawyer with the expertise that you would expect from a leading personal injury firm.




Bartletts is proud to support a number of public bodies and charities, including Liverpool Cathedral, National Museums Liverpool, the Walker Art Gallery and Zoë’s Place Baby Hospice. You can find out more on our blog or on social media.

“I was delighted Bartletts Solicitors continued their tradition of philanthropy with Liverpool Cathedral this year. Thank you so much for your generous gift.” - The Dean of Liverpool, The Very Revd Dr. Sue Jones (Dec 2020)