Raleys Solicitors was established by George Jackson Raley and his eldest son, William Emsley Raley, in 1883. As a supporter of workers’ rights since that time and with a close, long-standing affiliation with the mining industry, Raleys Solicitors has for more than a century specialised in fighting for the rights - and protecting the interests - of workers.
Over the course of more than 130 years, the firm has grown and developed new departments to ensure that all our clients can benefit from the same trusted, honest help and advice with any and all of their legal matters.
It is this long-standing tradition of being professional but approachable, this heritage of standing up for victims of injustice and being strong whilst sympathetic, that has helped Raleys Solicitors to earn our reputation.
We take pride in the work we do and will stop at nothing to achieve the best results – for you. Our experienced legal experts will offer you nothing but honest advice and practical help, whilst guiding you through the legal process every step of the way.
How can Raleys help you?
We offer free initial consultations, so please call 01226 211 111 for a confidential, no-obligation chat about your legal issues with one of our experts. We will be able to discuss your options and advise you on the best way forward - for you. Alternatively, fill in our online enquiry form and one of our dedicated team will get in touch with you.
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