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Qdos Legal Services Ltd: But sites such as www.qdosconsulting.com, www.qdoscontractor.com, www.qdoshr.com and www.qdospartnerships.com with specialist information and products for businesses do exist. Such as their service to develop and critique contracts to try and prevent possible legal issues in...


Ashmans Solicitors: For example, if you search for Ashmans Solicitors on a search engine - you won't find much about them. But the further down the results I went, bits and pieces started to appear. A hugely interesting piece on the Telegraph website entitled http: www.telegraph.co.uk mo...


Mancini Legal Ltd: appointments can be made between the hours of 7am and 10pm Monday to Friday and at weekends." "... So don't judge a firm by it's founding date. If you visit The Law Society's website you can look up which solicitors are registered to any firm and how many years they'v...


Claims Funding UK: Litigation funding has been around for a while now, but it doesn't seem to have caught on as much as "no win, no fee" and "100% compensation" when people are looking for a solicitor to handle their case. First, that you cannot apply for case funding if you plan on representi...


Almond Solicitors: So there may come a point in the future when another Mr Almond qualifies as a solicitor and decides to open his own firm. If you have a difficult case - there will be one with enough experience to handle it wisely. This obviously means he understands the injury claims proces...

Cubism Law Solicitors: Of course considering the waffle I allow myself to put out regularly, my criticism could be seen as slightly hypocritical. Andrew was formerly a partner at Field Fisher Waterhouse, but decided to create something that was not based on the traditional partnership structure: ...


Furse Sanders: Furse Sanders Ltd have offices in Cullompton, Hayle, Helston, London, Penzance, South Molton, and St Ives - with the launch of their Looe office covered in the http: www.cornish-times.co.uk article.cfm?id=109008&headline=Law%20firm%20brings%20its%20expertise%20to%20n...


Else Solicitors LLP: They handle commercial property, intellectual property, construction & engineering, debt recovery, dispute resolution, hr advice, insolvency & business recovery, mediation and more. We also discovered during our search that Adam was head-hunted to join Else Law. I dropped Ad...


LMD Law: For some reason, despite the firm being progressive in so many areas - they have opted to use an 0800 freephone number on their website. Unlike some firms, they go on to describe the various case titles rather than just those categories. Commercial Contracts, Shareholder Agr...


Go Complain: In fact, we started laying the foundations for creating such a service ourselves around 2007 - but then the government waded in with it's size 14s and started blaming every non-solicitor for the trouble the legal industry was in at the time. The closest service we found...


Starck Uberoi: We have never used Starck Uberoi legal services personally. Raminder Singh Uberoi heads the firm's Property Department for commercial and residential matters. We have undergone rigorous assessment to gain WIQS accreditation and shows that we follow best practic...


Acumen Business Law: I can't say I like the description of their video feed either: class="infoquote "Not in the mood for reading? We get it! Feet up, get some popcorn and enjoy!"< div> But whatever image Acumen has chosen to run with, their staff absolutely have the qualifications an...


Archways Solicitors: It's a revelation that could very likely tip the scales in Archway's favour as clients weigh up their options . The firm doesn't have much in the way of independent reviews in the usual places yet, so we can't comment on the general mood towards the firm. LawConnect e...

Mercantile Barristers: However, the reasoning is perfectly sound. It can be difficult, but with practice you can start to spot real from fake. www.mercantilebarristers.com is the official website we link to above with www.mercantilebarristers.co.uk apparently owned by someone else. The quali...


Kent Traffic Law: That is the only current valid site we know of though as www.sunilrupasinha.co.uk, www.kenttrafficlaw.com, and various other variants don't seem to be in use or redirecting.. It makes several valid points about how a firm saying they have a 100% success rate may absolutely b...


Michael Rose & Baylis: You may see that the bad score is actually just one person who's complaint is nonsense. The official address is linked to above and uses the .com, but www.michaelroseandbaylis.co.uk currently does redirect to that main site. They don't. Whilst only established in 2014, you c...


Bradford & Son Solicitors: Usually only very niche firms can pull it off. class="infoquote "Quite simply, we are a firm that likes to help others."< div> You may not be aware but all the changes over the past few decades such as the birth of the internet, changes to legal aid, direct acces...


Boyd Rice Solicitors Ltd: That would make this "30 years" statement on the firm's website slightly confusing. class="infoquote "Our aim is to provide you with professional and friendly legal advice with a view to creating a long-term solicitor client relationship."< div> A quick word o...


Hine Legal Ltd: Not in the slightest. Hine & Co don't seem to have a website at all. We genuinely wrote a review on one firm where their claim to being established back in the 1800s was based solely on the fact they moved into the building where a much older firm than them had originally b...


Warwick Vesey: The usual haunts such as Yell, Yelp, Trustpilot, etc. If a firm does not have these on their site though, you can get some of the information from other sources. Or they will sound empathetic, talking about how they can help reduce the stress and trying to negate fears abou...


Parkview Solicitors: It is often quite daunting talking to a solicitor, especially if you feel your case is something small or undeserving of any real court time. In relation to general communication options throughout a case, they say that they are happy to use whatever means the client prefers...


Rogers Solicitors: Most came up because they shared a lot of information with each other and the main company sites - e.g. First is their experience. Our careful selection process and 'picky' nature is only really apparent in the lower population countries we serve, such as Scotland with...


Waterstone Solicitors: The website is clearly laid out, mobile-friendly, plenty of information, and they even have social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. I know I repeat this a lot, but our aim here at 1to1Legal is to ensure people are not only aware of the different choices ava...


Three Graces Legal: Beyond simply taking on cases, they seem to enjoy performing their work and progressing with the industries they advise on. Conversely, if a firm tries to be too trendy, they often end up looking like the court jester bouncing around the ancient castle that is the UK legal s...


Mason Baggott & Garton: However, the firm have avoided that by going for "www.lawlincs.co.uk" - obviously short for Lincolnshire. Whenever I rang she was on the ball immediately ... The only thing we're not so keen on, is their labelling of certain pages as "online tools". These staff members are t...


Bromets Solicitors: However, there is an entirely separate site at www.bsl-law.co.uk, except this time the www.bsl-law.com version goes nowhere. Unlike the other case types mentioned above, though, personal injury should generally also come with a no win, no fee arrangement - plus 100% compensa...


Morgan Carter Solicitors: However, calculating, proving and fighting for the amounts needed for people facing life and health problems long after the case is over - is a far more tricky task. Although Morgan Carter's website is full of the standard pitchings you would expect from a solicitor - e...


Ropewalk Chambers: He also likes to focus on cases involving the police, human rights and judicial reviews. Jayne Adams QC has extensive experience in personal injury and clinical negligence as well. As part of our mission to give people choice when seeking legal assistance, we've been sl...


PM Law Solicitors: An aggressive defence would make you seem inhuman. Obviously, if we thought that this case from thirteen years ago was a poor reflection on the firm - we would not have invited them onto the 1to1Legal panel of solicitors. They promise to put your needs first, to provide...


Emerald Law Solicitors: Certainly, a lot of firms are stating single point of contact as a benefit of using them so hopefully that trend will become the standard. More importantly, something that will definitely reassure potential clients - is their statement that they have already processed t...


Shaw Gibbs LLP: They have over 30 years' experience of advising businesses and individuals through voluntary arrangements, liquidation of solvent and insolvent companies, company administration, bankruptcy, Law of Property Act receivership, and more. They have one of the largest teams ...


Savants Advisory Ltd: and try to provide a general objective overview of any company. . Also if the staff member on the other end of the line recommends insolvency within 2 minutes of discussing your issues ... Sifting through the internet for relevant information about any firm is someti...


Nesbit Law Group LLP: Our best guess is that the embedded Twitter feed was jamming things up. They have a dedicated occupational industrial disease department for workers claiming compensation for any diseases and illnesses caused by their workplace. We usually avoid making clear cut recommendat...


Herrmann Lawyers: Not their favourite colours or pet's names (honestly, there are dozens of firms doing that these days) but just previous work experience, time as a lawyer and personal expertise. However, someone was clearly impressed with the effort Herrmann Lawyers put in to offer advice o...


Integral Law Ltd: As this is the legal industry there are also more official sources you can check with. Other popular forums are available including Trustpilot, Yell.com and Yelp. A good balance of seasoned understanding along side some younger blood. Either way, should you consi...


Alfred James & Co Solicitors LLP: Just have a flick through the http: www.legalombudsman.org.uk raising-standards data-and-decisions " Legal Ombudsman's complaints database< a> to see evidence of that. Any negatives? Well, we're not fan of any firm that lists large numbers of compensation payouts t...


Shaw and Co Solicitors: Conveyancing clients are targeted quite heavily. Case studies are something we originally thought only industry professionals would want to take the time to read. Some will state 'established in 1971' which makes it sound as though they'll have a huge amount of experience ....


Hallmark Solicitors: For all you know, the solicitor they'll stick you with will be just 1-year out of Uni with the ink still wet on his diploma. The old-fashioned hourly rate, the more modern fixed fees, and there's also an annual subscription (aka: a 'retainer'). We are available to meet with ...


Kuddus Solicitors: However, many may try to convince you it's very common for firms to charge 25% of your compensation. In fairness, most law firms start off with great intentions to write news articles and blog about the industry on their site. Adverts for online property sale sites play heav...


Ross Coates Solicitors: However the majority of the negative reviews about the firm tend to be about residential property sales. You can search the qualification dates of any solicitor on The Law Society website, and for this firm Mr Coates isn't the only one with extensive experience with others q...


Graysons Solicitors: This is great to see and we hope this section expands over time. Often that means they are fake - i.e. The problem with buying or selling property is that many things are out of the hands of your solicitor such as land searches, chains, mortgages, the other party's mind-cha...


Centenary Solicitors: Online case tracking is a positive step and any firm doing it gets a handful of brownie points from us. If you type those specific words into a search engine, thousands of firms pop up. The age of a firm is far less important than the years the staff themselves have been doi...


Thamina Solicitors Ltd: It's actually hailed as a useful Human Rights Forum. The snippets quoted above could have been copy pasted from a thousand other sites. People are very likely to spot the name of the competition and instantly assume the firm's principle solicitor is an air-head. They must a...


Pointon & Co Solicitors: The second part of that statement with both evening and weekend appointments possible is actually much rarer than you think . Some firms have started stating their favourite foods, colours and pet's names though which isn't really what we're suggesting or recommend. Pe...


Ventura Law Ltd: helped my wife whilst trying to agree a flexible working request following from maternity leave. Gave solid opinion backed by facts. Commercial Law firms get a lot of these. Made me feel I was in responsible hands." "Himanshu and his team are not only highly professio...


HUMD Solicitors: Most of the time it's the government officials causing issues , delays, or losing things anyway. Hammad Ajmal Khan qualified in 2010 and focuses on Employment Law, Family Law, Professional Negligence, Immigration and Personal Injury. This hopefully answers one of the m...


rhw Solicitors LLP: She is past Vice President of Surrey Law Society and an advisor for the National Centre for Domestic Violence."< div> Nick Richardson on the other hand has apparently been in practice since 1984 and currently heads up the firm's commercial services team dealing with ...






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