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Our Northern Ireland office in Belfast is the only pure litigation practice in the jurisdiction with a focus on the insurance industry, advising on coverage, defence and recovery matters.

Our expertise lies in providing trusted, commercial advice to UK-based and local insurers across industry sectors including:

  • Manufacturing and retail
  • Construction and quarries
  • Private healthcare
  • Heavy industry
  • Shipping (including arrests) and travel
  • Transport and logistics.

We advise on regulatory matters, defend clients in health and safety prosecutions and appear at coronial inquiries. We defend liability actions from catastrophic claims to everyday employers’ and public liability, and road traffic accident claims.

We provide expert advice on professional negligence matters within financial services, construction (architects, engineers, quantity surveyors), healthcare (medical facilities and professionals), real estate and insurance (brokers).

Our network of Kennedys offices

Our integrated legal services can be accessed by all of our clients, no matter where they are based.

We have a strong presence on the island of Ireland, with highly-regarded practices in Dublin and Belfast. We are uniquely placed to advise clients on cross-border and multi-jurisdictional issues in insurance matters and commercial disputes.

Our wider international network of offices covers Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. We can provide a joint response across the international Kennedys network for complex multi-jurisdictional issues.

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Noticias

1 September 2017
We are pleased to announce that we have completed our merger with one of Manchester’s most respected law firms, augmenting our global commercial litigation practice.
6 July 2017
We are pleased to announce an exclusive partnership in India that will see our investment in innovation accelerate.
28 June 2017
We are pleased to report an eight per cent increase in turnover for the financial year 2016/17 of £149.9m, up from £138.8m last year.
 

*People marked with * are not admitted to practice in the State of Florida or any jurisdiction in the United States.