Solicitor Kevin Donoghue’s plea to limit secret trials

Kevin Donoghue, Principal Solicitor at Bootle- based Donoghue Solicitors, is supporting Liberty, the human rights and civil liberties campaign group, in its fight to stop the government from extending secret trials. Government secret courts It may surprise many to know that we already have secret trials in this country. They are presently restricted to limited… Read more »

Donoghue Solicitors set to help Brunswick Youth Club

Leading Bootle law firm Donoghue Solicitors has entered into a pioneering arrangement with Brunswick Youth and Community Centre (‘Club’), the registered charity based on Marsh Lane, Bootle, Merseyside. The accident claims specialist law firm, owned and run by local resident Kevin Donoghue, is promising to pay £250 to the Club if successful new personal injury… Read more »

Will accident claims be stopped by the Ministry of Justice?

By Kevin Donoghue, Principal Solicitor, Donoghue Solicitors. Today I e-mailed the UK Ministry of Justice to ask them to re-consider their proposed reforms of the accident claims process. As an Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (‘APIL’) Senior Litigator, who runs an APIL corporate accredited practice, I represent many innocent accident claims victims. I am deeply… Read more »

The End of the World for Accident Claims?

By Kevin Donoghue, Principal Solicitor at Donoghue Solicitors As you may know, tomorrow the Mayan calendar moves in to a new cycle. Some people have predicted that this will lead to the End of the World. I don’t think so, and leading academics say that the Maya never intended their calendar to be interpreted that… Read more »

Now insurers call the tune

  By Kevin Donoghue, Principal Solicitor, Donoghue Solicitors Yesterday the government confirmed the amount of money that accident victims will receive to pay their solicitors’ fees following personal injuries in a car, at work or in a public place, if proposals slated for April 2013 are introduced. For Road Traffic Accidents dealt with using an… Read more »

Donoghue Solicitors move to Bootle

By Kevin Donoghue, Principal Solicitor at Donoghue Solicitors We’ve moved! On Monday 12 November 2012, after outgrowing our previous offices at 39 Victoria Road, Crosby, we have moved to Bootle, North Liverpool, Merseyside. Our new offices are at 2nd Floor, St. Hugh’s House, Stanley Road in Bootle. We have moved so that we can continue… Read more »

What the ‘Litigator’ award for Daniel Fitzsimmons of Donoghue Solicitors means for our clients

By Kevin Donoghue, Principal, Donoghue Solicitors I am delighted to say that my colleague, Daniel Fitzsimmons (pictured with me here), has today been confirmed as a ‘Litigator’ with the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (‘APIL’). You can see Daniel’s details on the APIL website by clicking here. APIL is a campaigning organisation with over 4,700… Read more »

Will the Olympics help avoid accidents at work?

One of the buzzwords of the recent London Olympics and Paralympics was ‘legacy’. All involved aspired to create lasting improvements in infrastructure, social and personal improvements for the East London area, and the country as a whole through the promotion of sporting activities and welfare, particularly to disadvantaged people. Donoghue Solicitors are playing their part… Read more »

After Hillsborough, can we now trust the police?

By Kevin Donoghue, Principal Solicitor, Donoghue Solicitors As a Liverpool Solicitor, lifelong Liverpool FC fan and a Kop season ticket holder, I was pleased to see that finally, after 23 years of fighting, the families of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster received the truth. They now know, thanks to the report of the… Read more »

Donoghue Solicitors marathon men

  Kevin Donoghue and Daniel Fitzsimmons are legal eagles by day, and marathon men by night! Read our latest press release to find out more about their latest efforts to raise money for charity by successfully completing the Liverpool marathon. Kevin Donoghue and Daniel Fitzsimmons (pictured) of Donoghue Solicitors completed the Liverpool Marathon on 9 October… Read more »