Eclipse’s Proclaim Practice Management Software is the ultimate solution for new start-up, Morton Young Solicitors

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31 March 2016


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John McCormick, director at Morton Young

Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society’s sole endorsed legal software provider, is implementing its Proclaim Practice Management Software solution at Morton Young Solicitors, a claims litigation specialist.

Based in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, the new start-up handles all aspects of Personal Injury law – from road traffic accidents (RTA), accidents at work and accidents in public and private places, through to product liability claims. The practice boasts an exceptional and personalised service, providing clients with direct access to a team of experienced, senior lawyers.

Key requirements for the new start-up were full lifecycle management for a broad range of claim types, rapid process automation and streamlined volume throughput.

In order to accommodate these necessities, Morton Young Solicitors is implementing a full Proclaim Practice Management Software solution, incorporating a comprehensive accounting and financial toolset with an out-of-the-box Personal Injury Case Management solution.

Fee earners at Morton Young Solicitors will benefit from a completely centralised desktop application, ensuring consistency and security throughout the practice, whilst streamlining case progression and ultimately enhancing client service – a vital offering for a new start-up in the competitive injury claims arena.

John McCormick, director at Morton Young Solicitors, comments:

“As a new start-up business, we know how important it is for us to be able to underpin our operations with the best legal software on the market. Having previously worked with Proclaim, my partner and I knew straight away it would be the solution of choice for our practice.

“For us, Proclaim is the ultimate solution, providing us with unlimited flexibility and scalability, as well as being ‘ready-to-go’ to ensure we hit the ground running.”



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