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 »

Website development

Donoghue Solicitors is proud to give you a pre-launch preview of our new website today. We’ve been fortunate to have the assistance of Tecmark, the website designers, to ensure that everything’s going to be just right for launch on Monday 31 January 2011. In designing the website we have focussed on our clients’ experience. This… Read more »