Liverpool City Region solicitors Brown Turner Ross have reported significant annual growth in the last financial year. The firm, who have offices in Southport and Liverpool, revealed an annual fee income of £2,627,934, a year-on-year increase of 7.5 per cent which is well ahead of the national average for the sector.
The good news has continued for the company which has also enjoyed a bumper start to the year. The solicitors have reported at 71 per cent increase in revenue for Q1 in 2019 compared to the same period last year.
All areas of the business have performed strongly, particularly family law, commercial property and private client alongside the firm’s civil litigation work.
Brown Turner Ross has been growing over the last 18 months with a series of new hires and three new directors appointed and that expansion has been reflected in its blossoming financial figures.
Sam Bushell, managing director at Brown Turner Ross, said:
“These annual figures show the strength of the firm across our base in Merseyside and the work we have been doing nationally in all of our key sectors. Brown Turner Ross has a reputation for client-focused delivery that produce real results and we are seeing this both in the increasing client list and these positive annual figures which represent the incredible growth of the firm over the last 18 months.”
Kevin Ross, director at Brown Turner Ross, added:
“It is pleasing to see the strategic investments we’ve been making in the firm, focusing on our core strengths as a firm in family law, commercial property and private client work, is reflected in this success. The fantastic performance in Q1 this year also puts the business in a strong position for our future work across the Liverpool City Region.”
"These annual figures show the strength of the firm across our base in Merseyside and the work we have been doing nationally in all of our key sectors."
Sam Bushell, managing director, Brown Turner Ross
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