MACKENZIE Jones Solicitors has strengthened its position in the illustrious Legal 500 rankings.
The law firm, based in St Asaph, Menai Bridge and Chester, held its Personal Injury (PI) listing and had Clinical Negligence included for the first time.
Directors Anna Mills-Morgan and Richard Jones were lauded for their commitment to clients and customer service.
The Legal 500 is an independently researched survey broken down by location and practice area. For almost 35 years it has been analysing the capabilities of legal practices globally, assessing strengths based on a series of criteria.
There were less than 15 Welsh firms in each of the two categories, an astonishing achievement.
“We are really pleased to have retained and improved upon our Legal 500 position,” said Anna.
“It’s down to the hard work of the team, who are always striving to provide clients with the best possible support and advice.
“For that to now be recognised in two areas is a privilege, we will keep working hard to build on that in the future.”
Richard added: “The positive responses we’ve received were heartening, and testament to the standards we have set in dealing with PI and Clinical Negligence cases.
“We would like to thank everyone who took part in the survey for their feedback.”
In the Clinical Negligence section, the listing read: “The firm has a unique position to support their clients in this area, and especially to support Welsh speaking clients.”
“Anna Mills Morgan has a very good working relationship with her clients and maintains frequent contact. Her knowledge was second-to-none and she knew who to use as her support to bring the case to a favourable conclusion.”
The Personal Injury listing was equally commendable, stating: “Mackenzie Jones Solicitors have a unique position to support their clients in the area, especially for their Welsh speaking clients. I know that their clients do search for this.”
“Anna Mills Morgan went up and above any customer expectations I have experienced in any customer service industry. She kept us up to date during every stage of the claim which at times was very frustrating in the six years it took to conclusion.”