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Goodge Law is an established niche West End of London firm of solicitors which is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

We have an enviable track record of winning cases due to our in-depth experience and extensive knowledge of the law. We provide our clients with a personal service always keeping them up-to-date with developments in their case.

Our expertise covers Personal Injury and Medical Negligence claims, Landlord and Tenant issues, Commercial and Residential leases, Property sales and purchases, Civil and Commercial disputes for both businesses and individuals and Employment disputes.

I highly recommend Mike and Goodge Law.

Mike was always there with a wealth of knowledge and support. Whenever you spoke to him, he always made you feel like you were his most important client.
Excellent service from start to finish. Thanks Mike.

Latest Blog Posts

What are the new personal injury reforms in the Civil Liability Bill?

The big news in the personal injury world this week has been the introduction in Parliament of the Civil Liability Bill which contains reforms of whiplash claims and changes to the way the discount rate applied to personal injury settlements is calculated. Fixed amounts will be set for compensating whiplash claims and offering to settleContinue reading

What is Qualified One-Way Costs Shifting (QOCS)?

Qualified One-Way Costs Shifting (QOCS) was introduced for all personal injury claims from 1 April 2013. QOCS dictates that a successful defendant cannot recover his or her costs from the losing claimant, except in a number of circumstances. It applies to all personal injury cases unless the claimant had a pre-April 2013 Conditional Fee AgreementContinue reading

What is fundamental dishonesty and how could it affect my claim?

Section 57 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 states that if a court finds that the claimant is entitled to damages, but is satisfied that the claimant has been fundamentally dishonest, the court has a duty to dismiss the claim – unless it is satisfied that the claimant would suffer substantial injustice. Importantly,Continue reading