Express Solicitors Help with Negligence Claims after 300 Lose Possessions in Manchester Warehouse Fire
A North West lawyer is urging people whose property was affected by the fire at the Britannia Bradshaw warehouse, Trafford Park, Manchester to seek professional legal advice as they may be able to bring a negligence claim against the warehouse.
On Saturday 5 April 2008 a fire spread rapidly through the Trafford Park warehouse, affecting all of the building and causing its partial collapse.
Partner at Express Solicitors, Robin Patey said: “We are dealing with negligence claims against the Britannia Bradshaw warehouse from as far and wide as Aberdeen and Bournemouth.
“Around 300 customers lost their house possessions - many had been storing their furniture while they moved house or got ready to move abroad. Now they are beginning to come to terms with the disaster - not only of losing high value goods but more importantly the irreplaceable sentimental items – they are now turning their minds to what they can do next.”
“It is possible to bring a claim in negligence against the warehouse and I urge anybody who has been affected by the fire to speak to a specialist lawyer for professional legal advice.”
For more information regarding negligence claims contact Robin Patey of Express Solicitors on 0845 456 4007 or visit www.expresssolicitors.com
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