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Sorrymate.com Starts Search For Legal Eagle On Two-Wheels

 
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Sorrymate.com Starts Search For Legal Eagle On Two-Wheels







Released on: February 16, 2012, 12:04 am
Author: sorrymate.com
Industry: Automotive

The UK's leading firm of personal injury solicitors specialising in motorbike accidents has launched a search to find a new biking enthusiast as it looks to expand its legal team.

Demand for the services offered by Warrington-based Sorrymate.com has increased considerably over recent months and the company is now ready to bring on board a new fully-qualified solicitor, with expertise in personal injury claims, to help the company grow further.

Sorrymate.com offers assistance to motorcyclists from across the UK following road accidents, whether they are cause by drivers not paying attention or dangerous pot holes. The firm is now looking for a legal professional, who loves nothing better than being on two wheels, to help make sure fellow bikers get the easiest possible ride if they've been unlucky enough to have an accident.

Paul Dutton at Sorrymate.com said: "Unfortunately there is nothing the team at Sorrymate.com can do to prevent accidents from happening in the first place, but when it comes to handling claims, we're the experts.

"We are all passionate about motorbikes and thanks to increasing demand for our services we're looking for a fellow biker to come and join the team. By providing our customers with access to fully-qualified solicitors who are also biking enthusiasts means we can offer a complete service sound legal advice provided by someone who knows what it is like to ride a motorcycle. We're asking anyone who thinks they've got something special to add to our team to get in touch."

Sorrymate.com has grown into one of the UK's most recognised brands thanks to its sponsorship of a British Superbike team, radio campaigns and appearances at major biking events including this month's MCN Motorcycle Show, and last November's Motorcycle Live 2011 show at the NEC in Birmingham. The Sorrymate.com team is also due to attend the London International Classic & Custom Show being held on February 25 and 26 at Alexandra Palace.

If you're a suitably qualified professional with a passion for motorbikes, then get in touch with the team at Sorrymate.com now by emailing details to paul@sorrymate.com.

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About sorrymate.com:
Sorrymate.com deals with all manner of road traffic accident claims, motorbike accident claims and smidsy claims. If a motorbike accident wasn't your fault, the company will try to ensure you receive 100 per cent compensation without paying a penny. The people behind the company are bikers too, so they understand such situations.

For further information contact Paul Dutton:
Email: marketing@sorrymate.com Website: http://www.sorrymate.com/
Phone: 0800 6 300 301
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