Ascot Lawyers integrate inCase mobile app

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24 July 2015


inCase200Full-service firm, Ascot Lawyers based in Ascot and Aldershot has invested in the personal injury version of inCase after recognising the benefits it will give to clients.

Neil Somerville, senior partner said, “having had a chance meeting with Such (managing director of inCase) I showed some promotional material to my key staff.

“They were literally demanding that the whole PI team see a full demonstration and once Such had shown inCase and explained what it was capable of doing, it took no time at all to commit to this service.”

inCase mobile appNeil added, “with inCase it is easy to see how we will be able to speed up the turn of cases but also capture more clients with the signature feature especially. The fact that Such is a personal injury solicitor himself and knows the challenges in personal injury means that he has created a product that solves a number of those challenges.”

inCase mobile appManaging director and founder of inCase, Sucheet Amin commented, “I rarely get to demonstrate inCase to a whole PI team but the opportunity meant that the workforce could see the benefits of what the app will do for them and their clients.

“Ascots are a great example of where not only management but the whole firm embraces new ideas and I know that inCase will not let them down.”



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