LATEST TWEETS

Thinking of redeveloping an empty pub for commercial use? Ben Mitchell, Commercial Property Solicitor provides guid… https://t.co/BndYUZJHCu
How long does probate take? https://t.co/nug0X7U60O
Coming to terms with the death of your spouse or partner will take time, but at some point you will need to think a… https://t.co/4vhdfBqqGL
Top tips for selling your home in a flat market from Claire Wicks, Chartered Legal Executive in our Conveyancing te… https://t.co/9QrGABcQzC

Not happy with your accident claim lawyers?

“We were injured in a road traffic accident. Our insurers referred us to their chosen solicitors to deal with a compensation claim. Several months down the line we are not happy with the service we are getting and the way our claim is being pursued”.

“Can we change solicitors?”

Short answer – yes you can. You can change solicitors at any time and turn things around. Read on to find out how……
With insurers’ chosen solicitors you find you are not dealing with a qualified professional; you never get to meet anyone face to face; whenever you call you can’t speak to anyone; there is never one person handling your claim; every time you contact the organisation you speak to someone different; you wonder if they truly understand how the accident has affected you or your family; you do not have confidence in the process or in the way your claim is being pursued. You do not have to accept this level of service. You deserve a professional service, and it is available, here on your doorstep.

At Parnalls our Litigation Team runs an effective and professional Accident Claims Service where you can be assured of the best results. Contact us about your situation and we will handle the transfer of papers and instructions for you, quickly and simply. You will not need to do anything.

Initially you will be allocated a qualified Lawyer to handle your Claim. Your Lawyer will remain responsible for your Claim and will communicate with you throughout so you know who you are dealing with. You will meet your Lawyer face to face both at the outset of your Claim and throughout the Claim. Your lawyer will communicate with you by telephone, email or post, whatever suits you and your circumstances. Your Lawyer will talk to you in depth about how the accident has affected you, about your injuries, about your medical treatment, about your expenses and losses, about how the accident has affected your work, your home life, your hobbies and leisure activities and how it has affected those close to you. Every detail is important to us, and all this information affects your Compensation. And you can transfer your Claim to us at any time, whether your Claim has been running for one month, two years or longer. At any time you have the right to change solicitors, and even if your Claim has progressed a long way down the line, we can bring progressive and positive action to what has already been done and we can significantly increase your final Compensation sum.

So if you find yourself in this situation – frustrated with lawyers too far away to visit, seemingly too busy to speak to you on the telephone, never with the same individual acting for you, possibly not even properly qualified – call us. We can turn this situation around for you. You will not regret it.

MORE NEWS

Redeveloping an empty pub for commercial use

Why it takes time to obtain the Grant of Probate

Social Media: The unconscious privacy threat

Is your reputation being threatened?

Making a will after your spouse or partner has died

Interns celebrate completion of internship at solicitors

Selling your home in a flat market, some top tips

Claiming compensation for a serious road traffic accident

New Media and Communications Court list reflects surge in internet defamation claims by Laura Baglow

Has your personal information been shared without your permission?

Planning your escape to the country, what you need to consider – part 2

Government consultation on new national model for shared ownership

Choosing a partnership structure

Planning for what happens when you die by Deborah Adams

Changes to legislation could offer protection for tenants in the private rental sector

Move to the country - Part One

The risks of DIY probate

Will your septic tank still be legal in January?

The death knell for ‘kiss and tell’?

Making a will when you retire

Selling your property at auction

Not looking so good - your guide to compensation for botched non-surgical cosmetic procedures

New threshold of seriousness in defamation proceedings

Legal considerations when building a granny annex

Choosing the right person for your power of attorney

Formal Interviews - Do you need legal representation?

Privacy rights and aerial images

Trustees’ duty to give information to beneficiaries

Five problems with a leasehold property

Taking your first commercial lease

Is your organisation protected from employee social media legal risk?

Have you been targeted by negative social media posts?

Farmers be alert when being inspected

Help for House Sellers?

Don’t let your digital assets end up in a digital grave

Valuing an estate for probate

Development proposals and your local authority search

What can you do if your child is injured in a serious accident

NetRights welcomes new protection for social media users

SHOULD I GET A LAWYER FOR A SPEEDING OFFENCE?

Supreme Court recognises that social media is a “casual medium” in libel battle

Choosing the best conveyancer who is right for you

Making a will after a second or subsequent marriage

Option or promotion agreement – which is best for landowners?

Anonymous pub and restaurant online reviews leave a bad taste

Have you had an accident involving a horse?

Help to Buy – beware of some cracks in the structure

Understanding Lasting Powers of Attorney

Changes to Energy Performance Certificate for Landlords

Had a cycling accident? Your route to obtaining compensation

New year, new home: tips to sell your home in the New Year 

Tax Planning for your inheritance

Hearing loss: when your employer may be liable

Buying a home for your retirement, five things you need to consider

Farmers plan to diversify after Brexit

Ministers press ahead with probate fee shake-up - reports BBC News

Botched dental treatment? You may be entitled to compensation

Why a Health and Welfare Power of Attorney is a good idea

Will the new charge on building developments in Cornwall affect you?

Energy Performance Certificates – Do They Matter?

HMRC Challenging Stamp Duty Land Tax Payments

Ben Mitchell qualifies as a solicitor

The potential implications of Brexit on employment law

Appointing a guardian for your children

Houses in multiple occupation – new rules from October 2018

New Agriculture Bill published

Will Brexit affect my pension?

Dreaming of a holiday home? Sort out the legals before putting your feet up

Lasting Power of Attorney by Deborah Adams

Settled status after Brexit by Alexis Hager

How to choose an executor to administer your estate when you die

How overage agreements can boost profits from your land

Top tips for first-time buyers

How Could Brexit Affect My Farm?

Wills & Succession in Spain by Deborah Adams

Brexit ­– an international and local view by Alexis Hager, Litigation

Capital gains tax - important facts for non-residents of the UK

Buying a home: the importance of making sure the seller is entitled to sell

Changing a will after someone has died: it is possible and it could save you money

Your responsibilities when you have people working in your home

Sad passing of Battle of Britain pilot who served with Parnall family member

Considerations when buying a heritage property

Disciplinary proceedings at work: guide for employers

Employers should have a disciplinary process in place, but just following this may not be enough to avoid falling foul of the law and exposing yourself to the risk of an employment tribunal claim.

Selling your land through a conditional contract

Why you should always use a solicitor to prepare your will

Putting your legal affairs in order

How to extend a lease on a flat or buy a share of the freehold

Delayed Health Checks

New Marketing Team at Parnalls Solicitors Ltd

Social media: snooping in the recruitment process

A landlord's guide to tenant alterations

Equity release, your questions answered

Short term lettings: avoiding the pitfalls

How to apply for a grant of probate

Are you entitled to a fee refund for your Lasting Power of Attorney?

What to do when someone dies

Business disputes: can they ever be avoided?

Accident at work: what to do and when if you have been injured

Director appointment

What type of will do I need?

Business rates: a financial ticking time bomb (Part 2)

Conveyancing quotes: what you need to know

New appointment in Litigation

Property boundaries and rights of access: what are they and why do they matter?

Mental Health - we can get you the help you need

Business rates: a financial ticking time bomb (Part 1)

Leaving a gift to charity in your will

Parnalls helps two leading Devon organic meat companies to become one

Katherine Flashman Kitson is appointed Governor of St Joseph's School, Launceston

Financing your home purchase (Part 2)

New rules on debt recovery may delay payment of consumer debts

Making financial gifts during your lifetime (Part 2)

Our Guide to Lasting Powers of Attorney for Your Business Interests

Financing your home purchase (Part 1)

Careless replies to pre-contract commercial property enquiries could land you in trouble

Making financial gifts during your lifetime (Part 1)

Property referrals and recommendations - what to consider

World Alzheimer’s Day: Three-step plan to get your legal affairs in order

Legal considerations when setting up a business (Part 2)

How to avoid falling victim to property fraud

What are the key terms that need to be covered in a commercial lease? Part 3

Top 10 reasons to use a solicitor to make your lasting power of attorney

What legal considerations do I need to think about when setting up a business? (Part 1)

Why you need to update your will as soon as you decide to separate or divorce

What are the key terms that need to be covered in a commercial lease?  Part 2

The Bank of Mum and Dad: top tips when lending money to your children  

DON’T ACCEPT 50/50 ON AN ACCIDENT IN A COUNTRY LANE

The importance of insurance when life trips you up

The role of a court appointed deputy

What are the key terms that need to be covered in a commercial lease?

Ten common debt recovery mistakes

How do I know if my relative has the mental capacity to make a will?

Motorcycle accidents - what to consider when claiming compensation

Top tips for pushing your house purchase through as quickly as possible

How does the new inheritance tax perk work?

The ultimate personal injury and accident claim checklist

Jargon-busting guide to Lasting Power of Attorney

10 reasons to appoint a Personal Injury solicitor

What happens when mum or dad are ill and can’t make decisions?

How firms can take advantage of the rise of alternative finance

Should Stamp Duty be abolished?

Teenager paralysed after falling off a horse awarded £3 million in compensation

RBS to pay investors £800 million

Not happy with your accident claim lawyers?

Parnalls expands its litigation team

Hard work pays off for our Trainee Legal Executive.

Katherine Scott Flashman Kitson celebrates 20 years

How will the new Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB) affect you?

Exciting new business hub unveiled in North Cornwall

Be careful what you post on Facebook

Parnalls rolls out the support at Wadebridge Wheels

New trainee solicitor appointed

Mark Parnall comments on Brexit in The Law Society Gazette