If you are using a lawyer, we understand that:
- You want to know that you are using the best in the business, with the experience needed to bring your claim to a successful conclusion.
- You may have previously experienced poor quality service, such as delays or periods of inactivity, and are concerned about whether you are receiving the right advice.
- You want the very best award of compensation that can be obtained to provide for any long term needs you may have.
If you are concerned about the way in which your claim is being handled you can raise your concerns with your lawyer. If you are not satisfied with their response you may want to consider a ‘second opinion’ from another law firm.
We have helped many clients who have been dissatisfied with the advice or service they have received from their lawyers and you should not be concerned about seeking free independent advice on your claim so that you can make an informed choice about whether to move your case to another law firm.
Clients who have decided to move their case to Irwin Mitchell have been impressed by our responsive and positive approach to their case and they have gone on to achieve the best possible outcome taking into account all aspects of their claim including access to medical care, rehabilitation and compensation.
We are happy to discuss your situation and advise you on what we can do for you and then you can decide whether you wish to proceed with moving your case.
If you do decide to move your case to us you don’t have to worry about how this happens or how you will deal with your current lawyer. This process is very simple and we will take care of all the necessary arrangements for you. All you have to decide is whether you wish to stay with your current lawyers or move your case to us. For more information, please download our guide to changing lawyer.
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The above information relates to the law in England and Wales.
* Subject to entering into a ‘No Win No Fee’ agreement in conjunction with our Allianz Litigate insurance policy and complying with your responsibilities under its terms.
All Scottish cases will be handled by the Scottish law firm with which we are associated, Irwin Mitchell Scotland LLP. The law relating to funding is different in Scotland and you will receive separate advice about what that means as well as a separate funding agreement.