The Law Superstore to launch with 150 law firms
Referral and comparison site The Law Superstore has announced it’s 150th sign up ahead of it’s launch this year.
The company which states they are “the UK’s first legal comparison service” have signed up several big providers including Blacks in Yorkshire, Hansells in the East of England, McMillan Williams in London and the South, FBC Manby Bowdler in the West Midlands and Redkite Law in Wales as well as Express Solicitors in Manchester.
The Law Superstore chief executive Matthew Briggs says: “Having identified and hand-picked the UK’s most progressive law firms The Law Superstore is well on its way to reaching its law firm panel capacity.
“The overwhelming support we have received from these prestigious law firms reinforces our belief that we are at the start of a revolution in the legal sector that will change the way businesses and consumers buy legal services in the future.
“We have invested heavily in creating a true comparison platform that gives solicitors complete control over the kind of work they are looking to attract and the price they want to charge for those services.
“Some of the traditionalists we have spoken to are sceptical about using technology to generate new business. But they are in danger of being left behind as the early adopters reap the benefits of partnering with an organisation that specialises in generating new business, leaving law firms to focus on their core area of expertise – the law.”
Differing from other services such as Lawyerlocate, Law Superstore charge per referral rather than on a subscription bases with providers are able to switch services on and off to meet their business needs. Once a potential client has chosen a legal service provider, the agreed fee structure and scope of the work will be provided to the firm and confirmed to the client.
Legal service providers who sign up to The Law Superstore and populate the partner and pricing area of the website before the 30 June are being offered two months fee free case referrals during August and September 2016.