Press Release: Pearson Hinchliffe launches new look Medical Negligence website
The medical negligence division of North West solicitors Pearson Hinchliffe has launched a revamped website.
The newly designed website is geared to the needs of online visitors who believe they may have been the victims of medical negligence. It provides a cleaner, more modern yet personal look and is geared to providing quality advice on medical negligence issues and easy access to legal support. Visitors have the options to browse information of common types of negligence, successful cases we have fought and won on behalf of clients and the ins and outs of making a compensation claim. The website also features an up-to-the-minute blog providing a mix of medical negligence news, stories, research links and opinions from our team of legal and medical experts.
The web development agency which delivered the project, Fluid Creativity, will be providing ongoing search engine optimisation support and has already achieved significant success in attracting more potential clients to Pearson Hinchliffe’s medical negligence services.
“We’re very happy with the way the new website looks and feels. We wanted something that people could feel comfortable with; not too cutting edge in terms of design but simplified to the point where visitors don’t have to be tech savvy to find what they’re looking for and then quickly get in touch to make an appointment,” said Pearson Hinchliffe marketing manager, Muhammed Shaikh. “Pearson Hinchliffe needed to create a website that placed our clients’ needs at its very heart and introduce our highly skilled medical negligence service while balancing our personal and caring approach. Our new site allows for that in a way they won’t find with any other firm.”Subscribe to our newsletter
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