Local Business Profiles; Patrick Fahy & Co Solicitors


Business Name: Patrick Fahy and Co Solicitors
Business Location: Omagh, Dungannon & Enniskillen

How long have you been in business?
We were founded in 1972.

How many staff do you employ?

What are your strengths?
We reach out to clients in all sectors of society.

What are your weaknesses?
Spreading yourself too thinly.

Has Covid-19 affected your business?
We’ve been less accessible to clients on a faceto-face basis.

What makes your business unique?
The ability to respond to a wide variety of crisis situations.

What does your business mean to you?
Doing our best for our clients to ensure a fair and just outcome.

Who has been the greatest influence on your life?
The late Pat Fahy has left his principles of justice for all to be upheld.

What are your plans for the future?
To retain the practice on a stable footing to ensure needs of clients well and truly served.

Any advice for anyone starting out in your industry?
Work hard, but achieve a vital work-life balance.

And finally take the chance to give a shout out to another local business who you think is doing great things (expand on why you’ve chosen them).
A couple of practices have set up in recent years, in a challenging market, Martin McIvor and Corrigan McGrade, so when wishing them well we’ll ask that they don’t compete with us too strongly!

Ulster Herald Local Business Profiles in association with Omagh Chamber of Commerce


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