Who Are Rebecca & Alec?

They are Consultant Lawyers

Being a Consultant Lawyer means that Rebecca & Alec are in control of their legal practice. They have their own clients, are self employed and conduct their legal work through a regulated law firm as a Consultant. This means that when you instructed them, you are their client and not the law firms.

Some law firms will instruct their lawyers to run client cases in a certain way but Rebecca & Alec do not have this issue because the law firm they consult at cannot dictate how they run your cases. This allows Rebecca & Alec to ensure that your case is progressed in the best way possible to obtain that compensation you deserve.

You still get the exact same reassurances with instructing Rebecca & Alec as Consultants as you would if you instructed a law firm directly.

Rebecca Hennessy

They are Qualified Lawyers with Experience

When you instruct a law firm, you do not usually get a choice on who conducts your claim. In some cases you will get a qualified lawyer, but in other circumstances you may have an unqualified case handler who is supervised by a qualified lawyer.

When you instruct Rebecca or Alec you know who you are instructing, that they are qualified lawyers and they have plenty of experience to act for you on your accident at work claim.

 

Alec Hancock

Why Choose Us?

Most lawyers at a law firm will be running over 100 files each. This means that the amount of time they can dedicate to your case is going to be significantly less that what you may expect.
Rebecca & Alec do not have the same overheads as a regular law firm so they can afford to run fewer cases and having fewer clients means they can dedicate more time to progressing your case.
Instructing Rebecca or Alec means you choose the lawyer, not the firm.

They Offer No Win, No Fee Like A Law Firm

They Offer A Dedicated Service & Have The Capacity To Provide It

You Get To Know Your Lawyer Before You Instruct

Contact Us

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claims@accident-at-work.legal

01613 597167

We Can Act For Anyone In England & Wales