When it comes to personal injury claims, some personal injury solicitors offer gifts or cash incentives to people who have been injured in order that they will instruct that particular firm to handle their claim.
Before you make a decision, it’s worth asking yourself why exactly anyone would need to use promotional gifts to try and lure you in.
While, on the face of it, it may seem an attractive proposition, it’s worth considering the wisdom of such a decision.
We understand that you might be tempted by promotional gifts, as anyone would, but when choosing a personal injury solicitor it’s important and advisable not to be distracted from what matters. Effective legal work does not rest on the back of introductory offers, but on that of hard-working, high-caliber professionals, able to recognise the true value in a claim and ensure that you receive the right amount of compensation.
A highly regarded, prestigious personal injury solicitor will never have a shortage of potential clients and as such should have no need to reach out for them. Marketing gimmicks are no substitute for genuine expertise and a proven track record of success. As a customer, the reputation of a solicitor is the best barometer you have in determining the right person to handle your claim.
When it comes to your claim and your compensation, it’s best to turn to a solicitor you know you can trust to represent your interest. You will not go far wrong if you choose a local solicitors office, with a solid reputation for injury work, who can treat your claim on a personal basis.
Confidence in the competence of your claims handler is incentive in itself. Besides, who even needs a free fountain pen?
With over 30 years in handling people’s claims for personal compensation, Wrigley Claydon is a name you can trust.
If you are thinking about making a claim, call us on 0161 785 3534.
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