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Maggie Powell


T: 01225 730 219 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
M: 07900 180 589 E:

Maggie has specialised in personal injury work for over 20 years and has acted for many hundreds of clients and their families who have suffered as the result of an injury that wasn’t their fault, either in the workplace or on the roads.

Extremely long case handled very well. Always kept up to date, many thanks to Maggie Powell and team.

Craig Turner

Top class. Well informed in every aspect through out the proceedings. Highly recommendable.

Royds Withy King Personal Injury client

About Maggie

Maggie’s 20 years of practice has given her experience of most types of personal injuries. She has particular experience of dealing with clients who have suffered from:

  • multiple and significant injuries, particularly due to car accidents
  • orthopaedic injuries
  • soft tissue injuries, including injuries to extremities
  • psychological injuries as a result of accident
  • eye injuries
  • amputation accidents at work or at home
  • industrial diseases, particularly asbestos-related diseases.

Maggie began her legal career as a trainee at Royds Withy King and returned to the firm in 1999 after working elsewhere. She has specialised as a personal injury lawyer throughout her career.

My clients are my biggest motivation. My aim is not only to recover the compensation my clients deserve, but also to get them the on-going support and services they need to achieve the best recovery possible. It can make a huge difference to their quality of life in the future. The hardest thing is to help and support clients who have lost a loved one through such a difficult time - probably the most difficult time of their lives.

Maggie Powell

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WITNESS APPEAL: Did you work at the Bank of England in Liverpool?

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Elizabeth (Lizzie) Petersen died as a consequence of mesothelioma, an asbestos-related disease, in March 2016. Lizzie worked at the Bank of England premises at 31 Castle Street, Liverpool, between 1957 and 1964.  We believe she may have been exposed to …

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Royds Withy King announced as Mesothelioma UK’s corporate donor of the year

10 December 2018

On the 18 October 2018 Jennifer, Rachel and Maggie from our team hosted a table at “A Night At The Races” organised by Mesothelioma UK and held at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. The event was held as a …

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WITNESS APPEAL: Did you work at these companies in Manchester in the 1960s – 1980s?

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Mesothelioma claim compensation for a former technician at Monsanto Chemicals Ltd aka the Ruabon Works

31 March 2017

In this mesothelioma claim case, Maggie Powell,associate in our Industrial Diseases team, successfully settled a mesothelioma compensation claim for our client who had been exposed to asbestos when working at Monsanto Chemicals Ltd aka the Ruabon Works in North Wales.

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Margaret Rogers, survivor of the Bath tipper truck tragedy, talks openly about her recovery and the role compensation played in helping her rebuild her life.

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