Irwin Mitchell also have a minicom phone for the deaf and hard of hearing 0114 276 3486
From The Train Station (Birmingham New Street)
Birmingham New Street station is a 2-minute walk to our offices.
1. In the station, look for the exits to New Street and Buses.
2. Exit the station onto Stephenson Street and look left for Lower Temple Street.
3. Continue up onto Temple Street.
4. Our office will be on your right hand side (Imperial House).
We have a limited number of client parking spaces at our Birmingham office, including one disabled bay. If you would like a parking space, please ask when booking your appointment.
There is pay and display car parking on Waterloo Street which is a couple of minutes’ walk from the office, or there is an NCP car park at Snow Hill station, about 5 minutes’ away.
Solicitors In Birmingham
Irwin Mitchell is a full service law firm, meaning we offer a comprehensive range of legal services to both businesses and individuals. Our office is situated in the city centre, convenient for clients travelling by all forms of public transport, as well as by car.
Our solicitors in Birmingham are experts in a range of areas – particularly family, medical negligence, personal injury and commercial legal matters.
We are well-known for our work with personal injury clients, where we have built up a reputation for sensitivity and dedication in dealing with complex, and often high publicity cases. Central to our approach is the recognition that compensation is only part of the story, and we take careful consideration of the future financial and medical needs of our clients when pursuing a claim.
We help clients from Birmingham and the surrounding area with a range of legal issues, including:
IM In The Community
Our 2014 charity of the year is the Birmingham and Solihull Alzheimer’s Society. This very worthwhile cause gives important information and support to people living with dementia, as well as their families, carers and healthcare professionals.
The Alzheimer’s Society provides a range of valuable services in the local area, including activity groups, dementia cafes and even a social singing group.