Stonehewer Moss are an experienced team of personal injury solicitors in Chester and across Cheshire. We aim to offer the perfect balance being both local and specialist.
We are experts in personal injury claims and have experience in the many aspects of accident compensation. Our range of specialist personal injury services includes:
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Whiplash Claims
- Accidents at Work
- Brain Injury Cases
- Claim against Uninsured or Hit and Run drivers
- Compensation for injuries from a Criminal Act
- Motorbike Accident Claims
- Work Related Stress or Disease Compensation
- Accidents in the street or public place
- Slipping or Tripping Accidents
Often in life, sound, timely advice from an experienced, caring professional can make all the difference. You don’t always know when you’re going to need legal assistance but we’re the people you should turn to when you do.
If you need a solicitor in Chester why choose Stonehewer Moss?
Local Chester solicitors generally offer a wide range of services but they may not have the detailed knowledge or experience relevant to the particular circumstances of your injury or accident claim. Larger specialist firms, with nationwide coverage tend to be impersonal and may not take the time or interest in you and your situation. We at Stonehewer Moss are Cheshire’s Specialist Personal Injury Solicitor. We have both the expertise and the local team to give you a personal, specialist service to ensure you simply get the compensation you are entitled to.
We endeavour to be the most approachable and accessible solicitor in Cheshire. Our service is personal and jargon-free. Our offices are based just 17 miles east of Chester and have easy parking and disabled access.
We are not only members of APIL (The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) but one of our team is a Fellow of this Association. APIL is the leading organisation working to promote and develop expertise in the practice of personal injury law, for the benefit of injured people. Membership of this respected association assures you of the highest standards of knowledge and service.
We are willing to take appropriate cases on a no-win, no-fee basis and can also provide information on the availability of legal costs insurance. We are also pleased to offer a half-hour free initial interview.
We can usually provide appointments outside office hours or on a weekend if appropriate. We can even arrange to meet you in your home if getting to our office presents a problem.
So if you are looking for a solicitor in Chester or a lawyer in Chester please take a look round our website at our range of services and get in touch to see how Stonehewer Moss can help.
Chester is situated on the River Dee close to the welsh border. Chester was recently voted Europe’s fifth prettiest city in a poll of Americans.
Chester was founded as a military base by the Romans who called it Deva Victrix in the 70s AD. It was the largest fortress built by the Romans in Britain at that time and it has been suggested that it was intended to be the capital of the Roman Province Britannia Superior. Naturally a civilian settlement grew and flourished around the military fortress and continued after the Romans retreated from Britannia in 410 AD. However the prosperous town of Chester fell prey to marauding Danes and Saxons and was virtually derelict by 900. The Normans reached Chester around 1070, a revival began and Chester Castle was built. Also at this time the medieval Rows were built, these are the iconic buildings for which Chester is still famous. They have double-level walkways with a continuous line of balconies, housing shops at street and first-floor levels.
The next period in Chester’s history was less kind, by the 15th century the Dee began to silt up and seaborne trade died. This was followed by siege and starvation during the English Civil War.
The Industrial Revolution brought canals, railways and factories to Chester and it was during this time that many important buildings were restored.
Today the Roman walls remained virtually intact and extend in a 2 mile circuit around Chester, giving a vivid reminder of what a medieval fortified town was like.
Chester little known legal fact: In 1403 Henry, Prince of Wales, the future Henry V, ordered that the Welsh should be expelled from Chester – none should enter the city before sunrise or stay after sunset on pain of decapitation. There is no record of the order ever being repealed!