Monday, 20 February 2012

Whole lotta love for Martin-Kaye team

Our personal injury team is certainly "feeling the love" after receiving a top ranking on a national website.
Martin-Kaye Injury LLP has been named as the fourth most loved team of their kind in the UK by leading business directory

Their ranking came as part of the website's 14 days of love campaign, where every year in the run-up to Valentine's Day, the website gives clients of UK businesses the opportunity to recommend their favourite companies.

As members of the regional branch of the website - - all our clients' testimonials are regularly submitted and our score on the "love-o-meter" is then compared to all other similar teams across the UK.

As part of, real people write real reviews and share why they believe each of the companies they rate is the best. The recommendations by word of mouth mean people can use the companies rated with confidence, knowing they truly are one of the best at whatever they do.

Martin-Kaye Injury LLP partner, Alison Carter, said: "We pride ourselves on the quality of the customer service and effective advice that we offer our clients. For us to have been named at the very top of the ranking is testimony to all the hard work and dedication shown in the past 12 months."

Pic: Celebrating their success are, from left, Sarah Mears, Alison Thornton, Mark Luckman (from thebestof), Clare Pitchford, Lynsey Kilvert, Alison Carter and Sophie Davies

Friday, 3 February 2012

Air ambulance appeal donation

Business professionals from across Shropshire who raised vital charity cash have handed it over in a special cheque presentation.

Members of the Shropshire and Mid Wales branch of the Institute of Legal Executives and the Shrewsbury Young Professionals group took part in a general knowledge quiz. And now the organisers have presented a cheque for £420 to the Midlands Air Ambulance Appeal.

Sophie Davies, who is a senior legal assistant at Martin-Kaye, is also the vice-chairman and treasurer of the ILEX branch, and a member of the organising committee. "We're very pleased to have been able to hand over such a great amount to such a worthy cause, and we're very grateful to everyone who took part in the quiz.

"We received excellent support from all kinds of businesses, including Martin-Kaye who kindly donated £100 - half of which went towards the charity total, and half paid for a pamper spa day for two at the Albrighton Hall Hotel, which was our top raffle prize."

The other half of the proceeds from the quiz, which was held at The Lord Hill Hotel, in Shrewsbury, has already been donated to the Severn Hospice.

Pic: Sophie Davies presents the cheque to Maria Jones, community fundraising manager of the Midlands Air Ambulance, watched by MACC the paramedic pup