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Like any other professionals, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Solicitors must provide their clients with the highest level of service. This is all the more important when you have suffered a serious or life-changing injury, either through an accident or negligent treatment.

 

In order to put your life back together and obtain the recognition and compensation that you deserve, you and your family need a Solicitor working on your case that you can trust.

 

If you are unhappy with the service you are receiving from your Solicitor, you have the right to change at any time. Often in the hectic and stressful period after suffering a serious accident or injury, clients may have instructed a firm in a hasty manner – perhaps without doing their research.

 

One of the biggest benefits of instructing your local firm of Solicitors rather than a national claims company is the fact that you can meet your Solicitor face-to-face. This helps build a trusting relationship with your Solicitor.

 

At Lamb Brooks, we pride ourselves on exceeding our clients’ expectations. This is reflected in the client feedback and regular reviews which our clients post online.

 

The decision to change Solicitor should not be made lightly. However when you or a loved one have experienced an injury, it is essential that you have a Solicitor who you can trust and who has the expertise to conduct your claim properly.

 

If you are considering changing your solicitor, you can contact us for a ‘no obligation’ discussion, free of charge. If you decide that you would like Lamb Brooks to take over your claim, there would be no need for you to contact your previous Solicitors again. We would contact them on your behalf and ensure that everything was handled in a prompt manner to avoid any further delay with your claim.

For further information please do not hesitate to contact our Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence team on 01256 844888 or email enquiries@lambbrooks.com.

The contents of this article are for the purposes of general awareness only. They do not purport to constitute legal or professional advice. The law may have changed since this article was published. Readers should not act on the basis of the information included and should take appropriate professional advice upon their own particular circumstances.