- You will receive copies of all substantive correspondence.
- Telephone calls, emails and correspondence from you will be returned during the course of the same day wherever possible.
- Letters to you and other parties will be written in plain English.
- Appointments will be given to you without undue delay and at a time convenient for you.
- You will be told the basis upon which we will charge you and we will keep you informed about the costs on a regular basis.
- You will receive a pro-active service and be updated on your matter on a regular basis.
- You will be treated fairly at all times and will not be discriminated against because of your race, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion or belief.
- Your affairs will be kept confidential and we will not act for anyone else if by so doing we could compromise that confidentiality.
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We hope that you are satisfied with the service we have provided. However, if you are not happy with any aspect of our service, we hope that you will give us the opportunity to address your concerns and put things right where possible.
Any problems or concerns should be addressed firstly to the person handling your case. Alternatively, you can write to:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01733 295606
If you are not happy with our response you can take your complaint directly to the Legal Ombudsman on 0300 555 0333 who will investigate your complaint for you. Any complaint to the Ombudsman must normally be made within six months from the end of our internal complaints process.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority works with solicitors to make sure they comply with SRA Principles, to make sure they behave independently, fairly and with integrity to best serve the interests of their clients and the public interest. The SRA deals with reports of dishonesty or breaches of SRA Principles; however, they are not able to deal with issues of poor service. Issues of poor service should be dealt with by the Legal Ombudsman.
To find out more about SRA Principles or to make a report to the SRA visit the SRA website.