30 August 2013
Slater and Gordon and Goodmans Law Join Forces
Slater and Gordon Lawyers today announced it has acquired Goodmans Law, a specialist personal injury practice based in Liverpool with a strong focus on high value medical negligence matters and catastrophic injuries.
Slater and Gordon CEO said the acquisition would see the firm’s geographic operations extend to Liverpool for the first time and grow by 36 staff, while maintaining its values and high service standards.
Mr Kinsella said, “Goodmans Law provides an important service to the people of Merseyside and we look forward to continuing to serve the local community but with the added resources of Slater and Gordon.
“Today’s acquisition is part of our continued strategic growth strategy and will help Slater and Gordon to become one of the UK’s leading law firms.
“Goodmans Law has specialist expertise in brain and spinal injuries and claims arising from problems at birth. The team, who will remain in their Merseyside office, share our dedication to professional excellence and client care, which makes them an excellent cultural fit for Slater and Gordon.
“This is an exciting time for Slater and Gordon as we continue to build on our geographic presence and depth of talent in order to continue to help everyday people access world class legal services no matter where they live.”
Ian Cohen, Goodmans Law director said, “This is a great day for the clients, staff and directors of Goodmans Law. We are delighted to be joining forces with Slater and Gordon. Together we look forward to using our enlarged size to help even more people gain justice and the compensation they are entitled to.
“We are very proud of our heritage as a firm and look forward to bringing our local knowledge of Merseyside and our professional excellence in personal injury and medical negligence claims to Slater and Gordon.”
Slater and Gordon are a leading personal injury law firm with 1,450 staff and offices in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Milton Keynes, Merseyside, Bristol, Newcastle, Halifax, Wakefield, Cambridge and meeting rooms in Bramhall, Cheshire.