Award winning personal injury specialist chooses Proclaim

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14 January 2014


Anna Theodorides, Principal of AMV Law

AMV Law, a prize winner at the Law Society Excellence Awards 2013, has implemented the Proclaim Practice Management Software solution from Eclipse Legal Systems.

Established in 2006, AMV Law is a niche London-based practice specialising solely in personal injury cases. The firm caters for the full range of injury and claimant types, ranging from straightforward RTA cases through to catastrophic injury cases.

AMV Law is taking the full , integrating firm-wide accounting toolsets with the Personal Injury Case Management desktop. In addition, AMV Law is taking advantage of to process low-value RTA (Road Traffic Accident) claims through the Government’s Portal system.

Prior to implementation, Eclipse carried out a migration of data from AMV Law’s existing case management solution.

Anna Theodorides, Principal of AMV Law (and winner of the Highly Commended prize in the Legal Business Woman of the Year category at the Law Society Awards 2013), comments:

“In an ever changing landscape it was essential that we found a way to ensure we were able to compete and survive the new costs regime. It was imperative that the system we invested in would allow us to carry out work as efficiently and cost effectively as possible within  the Portal and outside, whilst maintaining excellent client care.”

 



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