Lime Personal Injury, is moving to a new office in Sheffield to house its highly-regarded personal injury and medical negligence teams.
The team will be moving from Ecclesall Road, to Omega Court to support their growth strategy and offer clients closer links to their services.
As one of the UK’s leading personal injury, clinical and medical negligence and illness compensation firms, Lime Personal Injury is going from strength to strength. With plans to substantially increase the number of caseloads and expand the workforce this year, the new office in Sheffield will provide a hub for the firm’s growing team of specialist solicitors.
With a strong presence in the Midlands, the new office will ensure clients and prospects in the North have local access to specialists, who can support and advise their claims. The team, who are all from Sheffield, are renowned for their personal service and have already forged strong relationships across the city. The team of lawyers already has links to various governing bodies and sporting organisations including the Community union, Ice Hockey UK and have proudly supported the Sheffield Steelers for the past 25 years.
The office was officially opened at an event attended by the Mayor of Sheffield, Councillor Anne Murphy, and other business and local community guests.
Garry Dickinson, associate partner at Lime Personal Injury, said: “The new Sheffield office is a great location for our business and will provide an excellent base for our high-quality personal injury offering. Clients are looking for local advisers more than ever and having a prominent presence in the area is crucial when handling sensitive issues. The new office reflects the company’s growth ambitions and will support our development in the years to come.”
The Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Coun Anne Murphy, said that she was delighted to open the new offices of Lime Personal Injury Solicitors. And said she hopes that Garry and his team will be happy in their new offices and that the business continues to grow from strength to strength.