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Double success for Grantham legal firm




Accolade for JMP Solicitors of Grantham
Accolade for JMP Solicitors of Grantham

A Grantham law firm is celebrating double success after winning a “leading” accolade.

JMP Solicitors, which are based in Dyart Road, have been recognised as a “leading” company by the Chambers and Partners directory, which identifies and ranks legal firms worldwide.

We are pleased with this further recognition as a leading firm in the Midlands.
Ian Howard, managing director

Chambers and Partners categorises firms into bands and JMP Solicitors is listed as a Band 1 firm for the provision of personal injury in the Lincoln and surrounding region.

Staff at Chambers interviewed a number of clients to gain feedback on the firm which included quotes such as: “They are good; well prepared and clearly on top of the issues” and “They spend a lot of time with clients and strive to get the best settlement”.

The accolade comes a month after JMP Solicitors received recognition from the Legal 500 directory guide as a “leading” firm in the provision of personal injury and clinical negligence.

Ian Howard, managing director of JMP Solicitors, said: “We are pleased with this further recognition as a leading firm in the Midlands in the provision of personal injury.

“This further recognition by one of the leading client directories in the profession makes us the only law firm in Lincolnshire to hold such accreditation for personal injury services from both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners client directories.”

The firm is currently undergoing expansion at its Dysart Road premises, taking over the former premises of Esben Business IT Solutions, and plans to provide enhanced facilities and a dedicated reception for clients of the firm.

During 2015, JMP Solicitors was also selected as Business of the Year in the Grantham Journal Business Awards.

JMP was formed in 2001 by Ian Howard and Yvonne Carratt, moved into purpose-built premises in Gramtham in 2003 and opened its London office seven years later.



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