The ‘unbelievable’ Manchester Personal Injury Solicitors Aequitas Legal

2013 has been an “unbelievable” year for Manchester’s fastest growing personal injury law firm Aequitas Legal.

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Manchester Personal Injury Solicitors, Aequitas Legal

In four years Sucheet Amin has grown a business from a core belief in more personal and empathetic client relationships and having the right staff to achieve “good old fashioned customer service”.

Manchester, England (PRWEB UK) 18 December 2013

It began with a campaign and ended with the personal injury solicitors Manchester emerging as one of the most respected and successful law teams in their field.

Take a look at the year in which personal injury solicitor Sucheet Amin, managing partner of Aequitas Legal, was also president of the influential Manchester Law Society.

January:
Aequitas Legal warned that government support for insurance companies – which threatened to strip nearly 60% of solicitors’ fees – was likely to crush many reputable personal injury law firms, restrict access to injured accident victims and destroy quality service in the legal claims industry. Sucheet Amin argued that the “huge body blow” could leave victims with less chance of receiving deserved compensation.

March:
As Sucheet prepared for the Manchester Law Society’s annual Legal Awards he praised Manchester law firms for being among the most innovative and creative in the country, adapting to the economic climate, and growing by changing strategies to survive the recession.

Meanwhile Aequitas Legal also announced its acceptance into the Internet's elite Injury Lawyers 4U network which is regulated by the Ministry of Justice and expects exceptional levels of quality and expertise from the small 10 per cent of law firms that are accepted onto the panel.

May:
Aequitas Legal was the only law firm to reach the finals of the Salford Business Awards … and emerged with the coveted Excellence Award. It was a major tribute to the team’s unique customer service culture which chooses its own core values, measures personal performance in pursuit of genuine customer support, continually revises training programmes, develops new initiatives and measures customer feedback in order to exceed expectations. The resulting 94% satisfaction record impressed judges who were looking for company values, high level management and exceptional frontline service.

Aequitas Legal had already received independent accreditation by the Law Society Standard of Excellence in Client Care and formal approval by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.

July:
July saw the beginning of the development of the second version of the inCase App. Designed to help communicate with clients about important stages in their personal injury claims in a quick and simple way, the second version was set to provide users with a clearer design. A more colourful and user friendly interface alongside quicker updates and downloads were welcomed improvements and allowed the app to see further success with Aequitas Legal clients.

September:
Solicitors Carl Jones & Susan Mason, and Paralegal, Tarandip Lally, respectively became the 13th, 14th and 15th members of the Aequitas Legal team making 2013 look like one of the keystone periods since the firm was set up four years ago. And along with its name as a uniquely progressive modern firm came the commercial success of a seven-figure turnover.

October:
Professional respect continued to gather pace when the award-winning year was capped by a top national honour from the Law Society of England and Wales. The ‘Excellence in Client Service Award’ had attracted a record number of entries and Aequitas Legal’s innovative approach to service, alongside its reputation for going the extra mile for clients, led judges to comment on the “clear statements of values and the promise it was making.”

November:
Sucheet Amin joined the cream of young city lawyers when he was short-listed and won the ‘Legal Professional of the Year' title at the Manchester Young Talent Awards - which recognise outstanding individuals who exemplify the best attributes of Manchester’s young people.

In four years he has grown a business from a core belief in more personal and empathetic client relationships and having the right staff to achieve “good old fashioned customer service”.

While changes in legislation may still be forcing many personal injury law firms out of business, Aequitas Legal is becoming one of the sector’s most successful award-winning businesses in a year that, according to Sucheet Amin, has been “nothing short of unbelievable”.

More about Aequitas Legal
Established in 2009 and based in the UK cities of Manchester and Salford, Aequitas Legal has quickly become a highly respected personal injury claims firm, focused firmly on providing a first rate customer service.

Aequitas Legal specialise in personal injury cases for those unlucky enough to have been involved in road traffic accidents, cycling accidents, accident at work or in the public.

Through an ethos of providing friendly, reliable and accessible advice, Aequitas Legal provide complimentary consultations to people who have been injured in a non-fault accident. Clients can quickly establish if they are entitled to make a claim and can proceed on a “No Win, No Fee” service arrangement.

Aequitas Legal is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority in England & Wales

Aequitas Legal
Imperial Court, Building 2,
Exchange Quay, Manchester,
UK. M5 3EB.
Tel: 0161 358 0800 | Fax: 0161 358 0805
Web: http://www.aequitaslegal.co.uk | Email: office(at)aequitaslegal(dot)co(dot)uk.


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