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    Mulderrigs started as a small firm of solicitors specialising in personal injury and solicitors negligence claims, in Rossendale. As of March 2023 we became part of the Farleys Solicitors family, a firm which has offices across Lancashire and Greater Manchester.

    In addition to our existing expertise in personal injury and professional negligence of which we have spent the last 20 years successfully achieving hundreds of thousands of pounds in compensation for our clients; with the help of Farleys we can offer additional services, with down to earth legal advice for you, your family or your business.

    Our expert solicitors offer friendly professional advice and we can meet with you in a way that works for you, whether that be in person or online, here at our offices or a location to suit you. Our approval rating in recent client feedback was 97.5% and a great deal of our new cases are sent to us by former clients, so we reckon we must be doing something right! Please contact us or give us a call to discuss how we can help you – 0800 0523 693

    Law Society Lexcel Acreditation

    We have held the Law Society’s LEXCEL quality mark since 2002.

    In the Law Society’s words:-

    “The Lexcel practice management standard is only awarded to solicitors who meet the highest management and customer care standards.”

    So we are very proud of the achievement.

    Our LEXCEL accreditation reassures clients that we will always deliver the highest standard of service.

    The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)

    Mulderrigs have been APIL members for many years. If you are injured in an accident it can be difficult to know where to turn. APIL has around 4,500 specialist personal injury lawyers and members of APIL attend regular training to keep their specialist skills up-to-date. In addition APIL has campaigned for more than 20 years to preserve the rights of accident victims.

    The Professional Negligence Lawyers Association (PNLA)

    The PNLA aims to help members of the public if they are in dispute with a professional and need specialist help. The organisation was formed in 2004 and since then has become the standard point of reference in professional negligence cases.