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  • Rather than "stick 100 unqualified people in out of town offices", it appears that this firm has 56 unqualified fee earners and 51 lawyers in 23 high street offices. Seems like a big gamble to me.

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  • I think its more likely that the fee earners figures is the total, 'anonymous', and 51 of the 56 are Solicitors?
    A CAB when on form (and not overstretched) can give advice on almost any area of law. No comparison to be had at all, this firm like so many others has just cherrypicked the easy and profitable ones. yawn.
    The services it offers are not the ones needed on our downtrodden UK high streets. More advice centres, fewer PI firms please?

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  • Why fewer PI firms? What harm are they doing?

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  • At the time of this article, it's pretty obvious that 51 of the 56 fee earners are qualified solicitors and I see nothing wrong with providing a valuable service that people want, such as personal injury advice, as long as that service is in the best interests of the client. By positioning themselves on the high streets, the public have a real person to turn to.

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