Pali Law revamp revealed!
Pali Law is pleased to announce the exciting new revamp of their site is now complete.
After much anticipation and money invested, Pali Law now has a slick new look. See it HERE.
The site allows members of the public to ask one free legal question from which they get a response from a reputable, local solicitor who specialises in the area of law in question.
When a question has been asked, the most suitable solicitor gets alerted via email and can then respond to the question in their own time. It works as a lead generator for solicitors as due to the member of the public being local, a visit can be suggested which will hopefully lead to the solicitor gaining a new client, however it also introduces members of the public to local, legal experts in a speedy fashion when they might not have time to research and find one themselves. Not to mention the fact it’s free to ask the legal question! And we all love a free lunch!
The polished new look echoes the services provided by parent company Pali Ltd, a national IT based firm who offer property reports such as conveyancing searches, indemnity policies and anti-money laundering searches to solicitors via a sophisticated electronic system.
Jo Milne from Pali Ltd Head Office says ‘Pali Law is an exciting new venture we have embarked on and I am pleased we have now put the finishing touches to the site. We have provided a conveyancing search service to solicitors since 1999 but simply being a search provider isn’t enough for us. We always strive to be on the cutting edge of our market and offer dynamic and original extras to our clients. Our IT Programmers work around the clock, evolving and improving our systems. If a client suggests a valid change to our system that will make their lives easier, we implement it. We already offer our clients free conveyancing leads as a way of giving something back however Pali Law was born out of the ABS or ‘Tesco Law’ that has recently come in to play. We recognised that the regular, high street solicitor may come under attack and have to change their marketing strategies in order to compete with the big players that endeavour to enter the legal market. So we thought what better way to utilise our database of nationwide, top quality solicitors than to pool all our resources together and create one site that not only puts each individual practice on the map (also known as Google) but with their individual company brand remaining in tact. They aren’t competing with each other as the lead goes on both locality and the specific field of law; the closest solicitor gets the gig so there are no price wars. Like the conveyancing leads we offer, Pali Law is a completely free service to clients.’ Jo continues ‘We strongly believe in reciprocal business and looking after our clients. But to be frank, it’s naturally in our best interest for our clients to remain busy as more business for them equals more business for us. Pali Law is in it’s infancy but I am very excited to be part of the journey it’s about to take us on.’
Unlike other similar sites, Pali Law is not a profit centre. As explained it is a way to assist clients and in that way gain more clients. However not all solicitors can use Pali’s products or services, such as conveyancing searches but they will not be excluded from the site as, for it to work effectively, it needs to cover all aspects of law, not just conveyancing. Another way Pali Law differs from these types of sites is that it is location and topic specific. From the questioner’s postcode and question it selects the closest solicitor specialising in the topic picked. Future-wise, Pali Law is aiming to create a network of progressive solicitors to facilitate a national legal frame work to offer to interested parties as well as the general public.
If you would like more information on being set up on Pali Law you can email Jo Milne direct at email@example.com.
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