Addleshaw Goddard lawyers are advising a number of victims of phone hacking by the Sunday Mirror and other Mirror titles.
In February 2015, Trinity Mirror publicly admitted phone hacking had taken place at the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People and apologised. In March 2015, the first phone hacking cases against MGN were heard at the High Court in London.
Judgment was handed down on 21 May 2015, with ground-breaking awards of damages for the claimants, who received sums from £72,000 to £260,000.
Addleshaw Goddard is recognised by the legal directories as having some of the UK's leading defamation and privacy lawyers.
We acted for nearly 100 victims of phone hacking by the News of the World, successfully obtaining compensation for all of them.
What to do if you are a victim of phone hacking
If you have been told by the police that you were a victim of phone hacking by the Mirror, or if you would like to discuss a potential phone hacking claim, please contact one of our specialist lawyers.