Roberts Jackson, the industrial disease specialist, has gone from strength to strength in recent years and the firm’s latest accolade is recognition from the industry directory, the Legal 500, which has promoted the firm from fifth to fourth tier in the category of Personal Injury in the North West.
The acknowledgement is just the latest in a series of awards and accolades, the latest being named UK boutique firm at this year’s prestigious Lawyer Awards.
The Legal 500 is an independent publication that has been analysing the capabilities of law firms on an international level for the past 28 years. It is a quality stamp for any law firm so to be featured in the rankings is an achievement for any legal practice. The rankings are based on criteria and research that is compiled from feedback from clients, interviews with lawyers and the submissions from each individual firm.
CEO and co-founder of the firm, Karen Jackson, commented:
"We are extremely pleased that the Legal 500 researchers have recognised the progress the firm has made in recent years. The team at Roberts Jackson is always striving to do better for clients and they truly deserve this recognition."
"The team is always striving to do better for clients and they truly deserve this recognition."
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