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Complaints Handling Procedure

Receiving Complaints

Any person who wishes to make a complaint about the claims management services offered by this site may do so
a) by email to:

b) by letter to:

c) by telephone to:

Responding to Complaints

i) We reserve the right to decline to consider any complaint raised more than 6 months after the complainant became aware of the cause of the complaint.

ii) We will send a written or electronic acknowledgement of any complaint received within 5 business days of receipt of any such complaint, giving the job description of the person handling the complaint, together with a copy of this internal complaints handling procedure.

iii) Within 4 weeks of receiving the complaint we will either send the complainant a final response or a holding response, explaining why it has not been possible to deal with the complaint within 4 weeks, and indicate when further contact will be made, which will be within 8 weeks of the original complaint.

iv) If a final response cannot still be provided within this 8 week timescale then the complainant will be informed of this and the reasons why, and advised of their right to make a complaint to the Claims Management Regulator

Right to Complain to the Legal Ombudsman

If a client is dissatisfied after using our Internal Complaints Handling Procedure then they can make a complaint to the Legal Ombudsman.

Complaints may be made in writing, by email, by telephone or any other form to

Legal Ombudsman
PO Box 6806
Wolverhampton
WV1 9WJ

email : enquires@legalombudsman.org.uk
tel : 0300 555 0333
Opening times: 8.30am to 5.30pm, Mon-Fri

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