Irwin Mitchell Birmingham is a solicitors office based in Birmingham focusing on both personal injuries and business issues. Road Traffic Accidents, Mesothelioma, Accidents at work as well as many other areas are dealt with in the Birmingham office.

Serviced Areas

  • Birmingham

Contact Details

  City Birmingham
  Postcode B2 5DB
  Address 31 Temple Street
  Phone Number 0870-150-0100

From Our Website

Whatever happens, if you need legal advice or support with your financial planning, we're here. We'll listen, get to know you and your situation, and give you all the advice you need. Leading legal publication The Lawyer placed us in the top three busiest law firms in the UK courts in July and August 2020. They've also ranked us second in the UK in terms of litigation turnover. That means we have the experience and knowhow to help with your legal dispute, whether it's a personal injury claim, a divorce, an argument about a will, or a commercial dispute for your business.

Our clients tell us that we listen to their ambitions and work closely with them to understand their needs. You and your business will have full support from our lawyers and advisors to meet challenges, develop opportunities, and achieve your strategic goals. When you work with us, you'll get practical, commercially-focused solutions to your problems and clear, easy-to-understand advice. We'll help you add real value to your business and plan according to your own appetite for risk. We know you value relevant guidance to enable growth and manage risk, and you need accurate data to test your strategy.

When the time comes that you need legal support, you'll want to be sure that you're dealing with real experts who will work quickly and efficiently to help you. So whether you need help writing a Will, you've been in an accident, suffered an injury or illness that wasn't your fault, or you're looking at divorce options, we can offer clear guidance to get the right result for you. Our video series follows the rehabilitation of our client Rosie, as she recovers from serious injuries she suffered in a road accident.

Making a Will ensures that when you die, your estate is dealt with according to your wishes. With effective planning, a Will can also make sure your loved ones are also provided for in a tax-efficient way. If you don't make a Will, the law will divide your estate according to what is known as the rules of intestacy. These rules are very rigid and may not reflect what you'd like to happen to your wealth, or what is most tax-efficient. We can also help you make a Lasting Power of Attorney to give someone you trust the authority to make decisions on your behalf if you lose mental capacity later in life.