Simpson Millar LLP has been providing a range of legal and other services for over 80 years. It has offices covering Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds, London, Manchester and Wimbledon.
Simpson Millar LLP is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. It was the first law firm in England and Wales to achieve the Law Society’s coveted practice management standard “Lexcel”, which it has held for over ten years.
Read more about the areas of law covered and the discounts available below. To find your local office call free on 0808 129 3304 or visit www.simpsonmillar.co.uk Be sure to say your are an Epilepsy Action member and be prepared to quote your membership number to get your discount.
Conveyancing – 20 per cent discount
The offices in Manchester and Leeds offer domestic and commercial conveyancing services supported by leading edge technology to ensure a smooth transaction at competitive prices.
Family law – 25 per cent discount
In matters relating to family law a discount of 25 per cent from our hourly rates is available to Epilepsy Action members and their dependents. The hourly rate depends on the nature of the matter and the seniority of the solicitor required.
Employment law – 25 per cent discount
The employment law team is spread between the London and Wimbledon offices and covers all kinds of discrimination. It also covers contractual matters, unfair dismissal and redundancy, transfer of undertakings, pensions and equal pay.
Personal injury – £200 donation to Epilepsy Action
Simpson Millar LLP have provided services in the field of personal injury claims to large trade unions and the public generally. They can fight for injured parties as a result of accidents such as road traffic accidents and accidents in the workplace. Most personal injury claims are dealt with on the basis of a conditional fee or “no-win no-fee” agreement.
Clinical negligence claims – £200 donation to Epilepsy Action
Simpson Millar’s substantial clinical negligence team provides services to those who have suffered clinical negligence. It can be offered on the basis of legal expenses insurance or “no win no fee” agreements where funding from the Community Legal Service (Legal Aid) does not apply.