216 reviews (5/5) and information for Morris Legal (Solicitors) Ltd, Alcester
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Minerva Mill, Station Road, Alcester, Warwickshire, B49 5ET
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15/03/20 - Reviewed by Anonymous
I was let down 2 working days before the hearing. He
Sent an email saying I didn’t have a strong case, yet he had working on it for about 1 1/2 years. I had the embarrassment of turning up to a hearing is was not prepared for and had no idea what I was doing. It has now been adjourned. Whilst he could be right that my isn’t strong, he did not inform of this until the very last minute. Apparently “no win no fee” solicitors have many cases on the go and tend to choose the best earning cases to go with (judges words) not mine! I have been through a number of health problems which had caused financial issues, he was aware of this yet still let me down. Unless you have a very strong case or money, I would seriously suggest using someone else.
16/03/20 - Response by Morris Legal
I am naturally disappointed to have received your negative review. We make customer satisfaction the heart of what we do and as you will have noticed from the many hundreds of other positive reviews on the site, we normally achieve it. The terms of our No Win No Fee agreement provide that we may decline to act further in any case, if in our view, the merits of a case are simply not strong enough. The merits of any case potentially change as the case progresses and upon receipt of documents or upon exchange of witness statements when we are able to read what the other side are going to say in Tribunal. We exchanged witness statements in your case on 21 February before the case was due for final hearing on 2-4 March 2020. This is the last point in time when we are able to take a final view of the overall merits of a case ahead of a lengthy and very costly 3-day final hearing. In your case, regrettably, we assessed the merits on balance as falling short of the required threshold to enable us to spend a further 3 days in Tribunal at our risk and sole expense and notified you of this on 25 February. We gave you the option of paying for Counsel to represent you at the hearing at your cost and risk, but you declined preferring instead to represent yourself. We made sure that the case was fully prepared to ensure that you could do this and prepared all the relevant papers to do so. I am naturally disappointed to receive a 1-star review and I appreciate you feel let down but I hope this explanation will go some way to enable you to understand our position.
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