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Legal and Regulatory

In this section, you will find some useful legal and regulatory information about Hampson Hughes Solicitors, as well as your use of this site.

Hampson Hughes Solicitors is a partnership constituted under the laws of England and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. A copy of the Solicitors’ Code of Conduct 2007, which sets out the rules of professional conduct which apply to solicitors, is available on the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s website, http://www.sra.org.uk. All the partners of Hampson Hughes are solicitors, qualified in England and Wales.

Hampson Hughes maintains professional indemnity insurance as required by the Solicitors’ Indemnity Insurance Rules. That insurance covers the professional services provided by the firm.

If you experience any problems with this site, please email webmaster@hampsonhughes.com

Hampson Hughes Solicitors is a trading name of HH Law Limited, Company no. 6909220 Registered in England & Wales, Registered Office: Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock, L3 4AF and is Authorised & Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, SRA number 512839

Reasonable Adjustments Policy

Hampson Hughes recognises that it must take reasonable steps in the way that we work with disabled people to ensure they are not disadvantaged in comparison to people who are not disabled. There are legal requirements to make reasonable adjustments which are often complex and different depending on the nature of a person’s individual circumstances.

This policy does not seek to explain how we will approach every situation, it is intended as a general statement of our policy to:-

  • Confirm our commitment to improving accessibility for everybody that we deal with;
  • Set out some of the basic principles of our legal duty to provide reasonable adjustments for disabled people; and
  • Set out the factors that we will take into account in dealing with requests for reasonable adjustments.

Many of the arrangements that we offer for disabled people may also be made available for those who don’t have disabilities. For example, a person may find it easier to read our information leaflets in a larger than usual font.

This policy applies to all Hampson Hughes’s clients, all of Hampson Hughes employees as well as employees of the HHL Group.

You can view and download a copy of our full Reasonable Adjustments Policy here.

Hampson Hughes Solicitors complaints procedure for clients can be found here.

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