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Wafer Phillips Solicitors When Michael Wafer founded Wafer Phillips Solicitors Liverpool in 1990, it was with a passion and determination to represent the interests of victims of crime and negligence in Liverpool and Merseyside. They did this ensuring the system was made to work in their interests, and not against them. Over 25 years later, our desire to ensure fairness for the victim is still as strong as it was when the company was founded in 1990.

As countless clients that we have worked with and represented over the years will attest, when Wafer Phillips handle your case, you can count on a friendly, down-to-earth approach, the highest standards of professionalism and an unwavering determination to achieve the very best outcomes for you, the victim, and your loved ones.

When you make a personal injury or criminal injury claims, it is good to know that your case is in the hands of an experienced, professional and dedicated firm of solicitors like ours at Wafer Phillips.We will support you, keep you regularly informed and fight hard on your behalf to get you the compensation that you ultimately deserve.

read more › Coping with the after-effects of being involved in a traffic accident can be an ordeal. Apart from the physical effects of your injury, there's the stress of worrying about time lost from work, the effect on your family and your emotional well being. It's a fact that more than 300,000 people are injured in road traffic accidents each year in the UK. If you should be unfortunate enough to be one of those people through no fault of your own you're entitled to claim RTA compensation. At Wafer Phillips, we're here to make that process as straightforward and stress-free as possible for you.

read more › If you need someone to witness a document, certify a copy, or a statutory declaration, we can help. Just get in touch with Wafer Phillips Solicitors on 0151 256 7898. A Statutory Declaration is a formal statement that declares that something is true to the best knowledge of the declarant, being the person making the declaration. Statutory Declarations need to be confirmed in the presence of a legal professional such as a solicitor, a commissioner of oaths or notary of the public. There are a number of reasons why you might need to use a statutory declaration.

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