Personal injury specialists Freeclaim Solicitors roll out new accounts and case management systems

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14 April 2015


Linetime200Linetime have just signed a deal with Manchester based personal injury specialists Freeclaim Solicitors to roll out a combined accounts and case management system across their whole practice.

The implementation will enable the firm to extend its client-centred approach which focuses on putting clients’ needs first. The new system will allow their 60+ strong team to streamline internal processes whilst providing improved communication channels to clients.

Managing director, Alastair Fernie commented, “This is an exciting time for Freeclaim Solicitors as we are investing in new systems as part of an ongoing commitment to deliver an exceptional service to clients. Our excellent team of injury solicitors are dedicated to putting clients first and a more efficient system will allow us to respond to their needs much more quickly.”

Phil Snee, development director at Linetime, commented, “We are delighted to welcome Freeclaim Solicitors on board to join our growing community of personal injury specialists and look forward to a lasting and mutually beneficial relationship.”

 



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