Stonehewer Moss is a leading firm of solicitors in Warrington and across Cheshire.
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.
We specialise in personal injury claims we offer a range of services including:
- 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
If you need a solicitor in Warrington why choose Stonehewer Moss?
Stonehewer Moss are a specialist personal injury solicitor in Warrington and across Cheshire. We aim to offer the perfect balance being both local and specialist.
Local Warrington solicitors generally offer a wide range of services but they may not have the detail 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 office, based just 13 miles south of Warrington, has easy parking and disabled access.
Our clients tell us they always get the right advice from a dedicated team that understands their situation – often in challenging or emotional circumstances.
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 Warrington or a lawyer in Warrington please take a look round our website at our range of services and get in touch to see how Stonehewer Moss can help.
The modern Borough of Warrington, formed in 1974, covers just over 70 square miles and has a population of some 202,700 people. It is situated between Manchester and Liverpool at the centre of the North West region’s communications network. The M6, M56 and M62 motorways intersect within the borough, connecting it to all parts of the region and beyond.
Warrington was founded by the Romans at an important crossing place on the River Mersey. A new settlement was established by the Saxons and, by the Middle Ages Warrington had emerged as a market town at the lowest bridging point of the river. A local tradition of textile and tool production dates from this time. The expansion and urbanisation of Warrington largely coincided with the Industrial Revolution in the local region, particularly after the Mersey was made navigable in the 18th century. The name Warrington comes from “werid” meaning ford. The Saxons called it Walintune (“Town of Welshman in a river bend”).
One of the saddest events in the town’s recent history was the IRA bomb outside McDonalds in Bridge Street on 20 March 1993 when Johnathan Ball, aged three, and Tim Parry, aged 12, lost their lives. In Old Hall, the Peace Centre was opened on the seventh anniversary of the boys’ deaths in 2000, and was renamed the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation.
Today Warrington is a borough of dramatic contrasts with rural, idyllic villages and industrial heritage. The town of Warrington in the centre of the borough is the largest and most densely populated, with outlying villages such as Lymm, Culcheth and Burtonwood having their own range of shops and services. Warrington borough also lies on the main north-south (West Coast Main Line) and east-west (Trans-Pennine) rail routes. Two significant waterways flow through Warrington’s main urban area; the River Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal. Warrington’s location on the crossing point of both river and canal is an essential part of its character.
Warrington is well-known for the Warrington Wolves rugby league club, one of the premier teams in Europe.