Premier Law firm providing excellent client care across a range of legal services. EMPLOYMENT ISSUES. PERSONAL INJURY. PROPERTY. LITIGATION.LANDLORD &TENANT. We assist in relation to both personal and commercial legal issues. Our clients return to us time and time again and regularly refer us to their friends, family and business colleagues. In our view, that is the best form of recommendation. We provide an initial interview without charge.

Serviced Areas

  • Burnley, Blackburn, Nelson, Colne, Padiham, Rawtenstall, Preston

Contact Details

  City Burnley
  Postcode BB12 6HH
  Phone Number 01282 685444

Products & Services

Commercial Law

Our Commercial and Civil Litigation Solicitors are well versed in the law and are ready to provide assistance in legal disputes involving individuals or corporations. Whether you are the person who has been wronged or someone is making a claim against you, getting expert legal advice is the key to making sense of the matter. Our Solicitors can review the situation and offer advice that makes sense to you.

You can count on Maysons Solicitors to represent your interests in a fair and professional manner. We will take the time to explain your options and offer a recommendation about which one is the best choice for you.

Being involved in a commercial or civil litigation matter is stressful enough; you don’t have to feel that you are alone. Contact Maysons Solicitors today to get the expert advice you need to decide the best approach to take.

We work with clients in the following types of legal matters:

Commercial disputes
Civil Litigation
Construction disputes, shareholder agreement and partnership agreement
Contractual disputes
Debt recovery
Intellectual property issues
Landlord and tenant disputes
Property disputes
Sales of good issues
Shareholders, directors and partnerships
Wills or probate matters

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