Based in the city centre, our Manchester office has a longstanding reputation for providing exemplary client care and outstanding legal services across a range of claims.

Our Manchester solicitors are highly skilled in securing personal injury and serious injury compensation for those who have been injured at work, in a road traffic accident, or as a result of medical negligence, an industrial disease or exposure to asbestos.

Put your trust in Thompsons today by starting your claim. You can either call 0800 0 224 224, request a callback or fill in our free claim form.

If you have an existing claim with this office, please call 0161 819 3500.

Thompsons has a niche travel PI team based in Manchester. They are hugely knowledgeable and capable, handling technically demanding cross-jurisdictional claims. The team also handles high value cerebral palsy and wrongful birth cases.

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Team

Janet Finney is the regional managing partner of the Manchester office.

Address

Thompsons Solicitors
55 King Street
Manchester
M2 4LQ

 

Phone number

0161 819 3500

Opening times

Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.
This office is closed on Bank Holidays.

Accessibility

Our Manchester office is based on the second floor, accessible via a lift. Our team is here to help make your visit to our office as stress-free as possible. Please contact your case handler in advance of your visit if you have any special requirements.

 

Parking

There are accessible parking bays available directly outside the office and in the surrounding streets. The nearest multi-storey parking is at Great Northern on Peter St. There are bus stops outside the office that are visited by the free city centre bus. The nearest train stations are Manchester Victoria, Piccadilly and Oxford Rd; all within 15 minutes’ walk from the office.

 

Post

Please use the following PO Box unique to the Manchester office for all postal correspondence:

PO box 11031, Nottingham NG1 9PE

In the north west, the team has been further strengthened by the acquisition of big-hitter James Gratton in the role of supervisory lawyer. Working with senior solicitor Matthew Tollitt, their careful but pragmatic approach enabled a £1 million settlement for an inexperienced scaffolder who fell through a skylight, suffering multiple injuries. In the clinical negligence field, Rosalyn Steeple’s meticulous preparation has recently secured an admission of liability in a difficult cerebral palsy case.

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