It’s a common mistake to think that all law firms are authorised and regulated but unfortunately, not all businesses that may look like a law firm are a law firm.
Lawyers are there to assist people when they need it most – in our case, advising on legal disputes ranging from, but not limited to:
- Data Breach Claims
- Financial Mis-selling Claims
- Fraud Claims
- Business Interruption Claims
- Housing Disrepair Claims
- Japanese Knotweed Claims
- Flooding Claims
With our personal lives and finances at stake, we should all expect the legal advice we receive to be proper, expert and fully regulated.
But the truth is that not all law firms are regulated.
So what would you do if you had a legal problem? How would you choose a lawyer? Did you know that using a regulated law firm protects you against some kinds of risk?