Take part in PI sector survey – First4Lawyers

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21 October 2016


F4L_logo_simple_CMYKFirst4Lawyers has launched its second annual State of the Market survey, designed to gauge the challenges facing the personal injury sector and build a comprehensive picture of the market.

The short survey can be completed in less than five minutes and all answers are treated anonymously. The results will be analysed and written up on www.comparemymarketing.com by the 30th November.

First4Lawyers managing director Qamar Anwar said: “The government’s recent decision to put PI industry reform on the backburner protects access to justice for those who need it. The anticipated reforms created the prospect of even more uncertainty for the personal injury sector, which has already been hit hard by previous reforms. Further reform shouldn’t be rushed and will need discussion between all parties working in this sector. It will be interesting to find out the lay of the land for the PI market now that some reprieve has been given.”

To take part in the survey, please visit: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/6GBZB3K.



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