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George Denton

George Denton


George is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives. He joined the firm in March 2020, having worked for the last 7+ years at one of the East Midlands’ largest firms of solicitors. George works in the Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department in our Mansfield office but travels to all other offices as and when required.

George has over 8 years of experience of all areas of general civil and commercial litigation, including: Personal Injury, Contractual Disputes, Consumer Rights Act Claims, Debt Recovery, Property & Land Disputes, Landlord & Tenant Disputes.

George appreciates that litigation can be a stressful and quite daunting experience. George, therefore, uses his friendly and approachable manner to quickly build an effective rapport with his client to enable him to guide his client through their dispute in the hope of achieving a positive outcome. Always mindful of costs and proportionality, George will weigh up the prospects of your case and the potential costs involved in dealing with the dispute and advise you accordingly in the hope of achieving a positive outcome as quickly and cost effectively as possible.


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