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Myers and Co Solicitors was established in 2005 when Stephen Myers bought the Stoke-on-Trent practice from Heatons Solicitors. Since then, we have grown into an established legal firm with an enviable reputation.

With a strong team of lawyers, all specialists in their fields, we are able to offer a full range of legal services to you in Staffordshire and beyond.

It is our philosophy to forge a proactive relationship with you as a client, listen, and assess your individual need. Rest assured we will guide you through every step and promise to provide you with clear, relevant and practical advice.

At Myers and Co Solicitors we are committed to providing a service that represents good value for money. That is why we invest in building a partnership with you, cutting wasted time and cost.

But it is not enough for us to rest on our laurels. At all times we endeavour to meet and exceed your expectations by providing the highest standards of skill and service. As a result, we consistently see great feedback from our clients.

The following figures show our client scores as at August 2022:

  • 75% on our overall performance;
  • 94% say they had complete confidence in how their case was handled;
  • 94% said that we were always available for them whenever they needed to communicate with us;
  • 97% said that we gave them accurate costs advice;
  • 99% would use our services again.

So why not get in touch with us at Myers & Co where you will find our staff friendly, approachable and down to earth with the technical skills and knowledge to deliver a first-class service, whatever your needs.

Please contact us on 01782 577000 if you would like to know more about any of our services.


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