Welcome to The Law Superstore personal services blog.
Trust is incredibly important in any working relationship. But in hiring a legal service provider you are giving someone you have only just met responsibility for a serious and potentially delicate matter. If you need a legal expert to handle your compensation claim, divorce proceedings, business matters or draft your will, it is crucial that you have faith in them from the outset.
We recently asked a nationally representative audience about the legal market to find out more about purchasing preferences. More than 2,000 people responded to share their views – and the results made for interesting reading.
Since our launch in August 2016, one of the most commonly asked questions here at The Law Superstore is whether we charge website users a fee for using our intelligent comparison platform.
Nobody likes uncertainty. And this is particularly true when it comes to uncertainty over pricing. As any consumer will tell you, the thought of going to the till in a shop to buy goods without knowing the cost can be an unnerving thing. After all, very few of us have the luxury of being able to say that money is no object.
Like many other organisations, institutions and businesses, legal service providers have a responsibility to remove barriers that may prohibit someone with a disability from accessing legal support. Let’s take a closer look at how solicitors are required to make reasonable adjustments to meet the needs of disabled clients, and how The Law Superstore can help anyone with a disability to find the right solicitor for them.