Accessibility Statement

Passmore Solicitors Limited are committed to making accessible for all users information and resources that are available via the web. We favour the principles of usability and universal design, which will be of benefit of all users. By following these principles and incorporating techniques to ensure information and resources are accessible with assistive technologies, separate resources for disabled users should not be required.
Why our website should be accessible
Like all providers of goods and services we are obliged by law to take steps not to exclude people with disabilities, but more than that, as a modern, inclusive institution with a public service mission, we recognise the internet offers an opportunity to make information accessible to more people than any other medium. 
Accessibility tools
Every effort is made to ensure that our website is accessible across all platforms and browsers. We would strongly recommend, however, that you upgrade your browser to the latest version for optimum experience.
Upgrading your browser
Links to upgrading to the most popular web browser are found below:

Increasing and decreasing text size
For PC computers:

  • press the Control and + keys simultaneously to increase text of the page
  • press the Control and  keys simultaneously to decrease the text of the page
  • press the Control and 0 keys simultaneously to return to the default text size

For Macintosh computers:

  • press the Command and + keys simultaneously to increase text of the page
  • press the Command and  keys simultaneously to decrease the text of the page
  • press the Command and 0 keys simultaneously to return to the default text size

Changing screen contrast
For PC computers:

  • press ALT + Shift + Print Screen simultaneously to change to a high contrast background

The same procedure can be used to revert to original settings
For Macintosh computers:

  • press Command + Option + Control + . (full stop) to increase screen contrast
  • Press Command + Option + Control + , (comma) to decrease screen contrast

If you have any questions relating to this accessibility information, please use the contact form to let us know.