A niche law firm, speaking a language you understand & solving your problems.

Plain talking & pragmatic


We exist to help clients solve problems. We are proud to have a small but incredibly dedicated team of specialist and experienced lawyers who always adopt a can do attitude and are available 24/7.

Our ethos

It's really quite simple. We believe in plain talking and taking a pragmatic, commercial approach to cases; placing the needs and interests of clients above our own and acting with integrity and honesty.

Our approach

We are not your typical law firm. We follow no preset notion of what a law firm should look like, operate like or act like. We put a lot of effort into ensuring that we provide the highest quality service to our clients in an environment that is professionally and personally rewarding.

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Specialist legal advice, when you need it.

Our work encompasses the whole ambit of legal issues that arise within the shipping, transport, insurance and renewable energy sectors. We also assist clients with general, non-contentious commercial and corporate support.


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News & knowledge

We are committed to sharing our expertise and knowledge as well as keeping you up to date with all our news. If you're looking for expert comment across any of our practice areas, have any other media enquiries or to find out more about our news stories, please contact Carol Stovin.

More News

Insurance claims – when is a fraudulent device not fraudulent? When it is a collateral lie

In Versloot Dredging BV and another v HDI Gerling Industrie Versicherung AG  the Supreme Court took another step in requiring there to be some link, some materiality, between the dishonesty and the outcome of the claim. 

New Director joins Myton Law

We are pleased to welcome Chris Thornes as a Director and Solicitor to Myton Law.

Fixed Costs - Accepting Part 36 Offers Out of Time

If the judgment of District Judge Besford sitting at the Kingston Upon Hull County Court in the case of Sutherland v Khan on 21 April 2016 is anything to go by, close attention should be paid to the expiry of any CPR Part 36 offer by the claimant even if the case is unlikely to reach trial.