Regulatory Information and Complaints

Medical Solicitors is a trading name of Medical Solicitors Limited and is a law firm.

Sheffield Office Address:
Unit 3, Acorn Business Park,         
Woodseats Close,
S8 0TB

York Office Address:
Office 9B, The Raylor Centre,
James St,
YO10 3DW

Telephone: 01142 507100

Medical solicitors VAT No. 978 3732 66.

Medical Solicitors is a trading name of Medical Solicitors, a limited company registered in England & Wales, with number 7023752, and authorised and regulated by  the Solicitors Regulation Authority. The registered office is at the above Sheffield address.

Solicitors are subject to rules and principles of professional conduct. This link will enable you to access the code of conduct of the Solicitors Regulation Authority which regulates Medical Solicitors Ltd trading as Medical Solicitors. Where the code is not available on line, the link provides contact information for the relevant organisation which should provide details upon request.

We are a diversity firm, albeit a small firm and due to the risks involved in publishing data this information is not available on our website, however, please contact us for these details

For the Solicitors Regulation Authority for England & Wales

Solicitors Regulation Authority number: 558140.

Environmental Statement

Medical Solicitors recognises its responsibility to reduce the impact of business activities on the environment. We aim to conduct activities in full compliance with environmental protection legislation. We aim to minimise the environmental impact of our work by doing everything we can to minimise consumption of natural resources including energy, water and raw materials, prevent pollution and reduce the use of paper to reduce waste. We use renewable and recyclable materials wherever possible and adopt effective waste management and recycling procedures.

0.5% of every sale will be donated to Cool Earth via Work for Good.

Diversity & Inclusion Statement

As an organisation that represents people living with injuries and disabilities as a result of medical accidents, we understand how important it is to advocate for the rights of those who may face discrimination. 

We are committed to the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion and strive to create a safe environment where the diversity of the clients we represent, our staff and the professional colleagues and third parties with whom we work, is valued and their needs and responsibilities are supported. We recognise that everyone stands to benefit when a diversity of ideas and experiences is embraced and enables us to better meet the needs of our diverse client base. 

We will do everything we can to ensure that anyone, regardless of their background, age, disability, race, religion, belief, gender, gender identity, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, sex and sexual orientation can contribute equally to our work and feels included and valued. 

We monitor how we interact with clients, professional colleagues and third parties and the way we recruit and manage our staff to ensure that we meet our commitment to the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion.