Jefferies Solicitors video packs a punch

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11 June 2015


mmalogo-new200mmadigital recently filmed a unique video for Jefferies Solicitors, revealing how they helped a British Tae Kwon Do champion who unnecessarily lost his leg.

Jefferies Solicitors, which was established in 1993, offers a full range of expert legal services and specialises in personal injury compensation claims.

View the video here.

Michael Jefferies, MD of Jefferies Solicitors, said:

“We became aware of the importance of video having heard a talk from Google. The project has been run very professionally, and we are so delighted with the end product that we are already working with mmadigital to make a second video”.

mmadigital, who offer a range of online marketing services for modern law firms, have linked up with a plethora of firms recently to create unique video productions.

Dez Derry, CEO, said:

“Jefferies is a well-known company that place importance on providing great customer service, so we are delighted to produce a very personal and emotive video that reflects their day-to-day work.”

“It’s been a fantastic year so far for mmadigital, we are working with a range of high-profile law firms and have some exciting projects lined up over the forthcoming months.”

To find out more about mmadigital or see the latest views on digital marketing in the legal sector, visit www.mmadigital.co.uk



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