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About us

Leigh Day is a specialist law firm with some of the country's leading personal injury, product liability, clinical negligence, employment and discrimination, international and human rights teams. Unlike other law firms, we act exclusively for claimants who've been injured or treated unlawfully by others. We are based in LondonManchester and Liverpool.

  • Discrimination We are acting for a group of Tesco workers whose wages have been reduced... »
    Supermarket worker
  • Consumer Law and Product Safety Read about the claim against Volkswagen... »
    VW cars recall
  • Trafficking and modern slavery Assisting trafficked persons and vulnerable workers... »
    Laurynas Kelpsa, photo courtesy of the Guardian
  • Amputation following a road traffic accident Helping Rob after a lower limb amputation... »
    Helping Rob after a lower limb amputation
  • International and group claims Challenging historic abuse for the Mau Mau... »
    Martyn Day and Mau Mau claimants
  • Discrimination Fighting against discrimination at work... »
    Miriam O'Reilly
  • Medical devices Helping Penny after she was fitted with a metal on metal hip... »
    Penny Brown
  • Equal pay claims Securing equal pay for our clients... »
    Successful equal pay claimants
  • Spinal injury Helping Mark back to competitive sports after a spinal injury... »
    Mark O'Neill
  • Brain injury Helping Felix live life with cerebral palsy... »
    Felix smiling
  • Product liability Getting Lorraine and her family back on their feet after an appliance fire... »
    Lorraine Ward
  • Cycling injury Lawyers for British Cycling and the British Triathlon Federation... »
    Cyclist on a fast moving bike in racing attire

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#2minutes with our abuse team

Illness and injury International claims Asserting your rights

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Court of Appeal finds Theresa May acted unlawfully in denying refugees access to UK
Court of Appeal finds Theresa May acted unlawfully in denying refugees access to UK

Court of Appeal rules that Theresa May acted unlawfully when Home Secretary in denying refugees access to the UK who have been living on a British Sovereign Base since 1998

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Client stories

Keith and Susan

Asbestos - Keith and Susan's story

Keith was exposed to asbestos at Heathrow airport. He successfully obtained a significant amount of compensation.

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