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Khan Law

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Khan Law is an award-winning personal injury specialist based in Glasgow but covering the whole of Scotland. All claims are dealt with on a no win, no fee basis. They always strive to secure the best possible settlements for their clients and you will be consistantly updated throughout the case. They pride themselves on the quality of their work whilst making sure your claim takes no longer than it needs to.

Office Address: 12 Fitzroy Place, , Scotland, G3 7RW
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Email Address: info@khanlaw.co.uk
Phone Number: 0141 378 0514

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Khan Law - Raees Khan Personal Injury Solicitor in Glasgow: Review

If you've already been through a dozen websites of law firms today, you'll probably have been disheartened at just how similar they all seem. The majority have the same sort of sales language, the same images of people shaking hands happily, and the same boasts. In fact the number of firms claiming to be 'award-winning' seems to far exceed the number of awards we could think possible.

"Specialist Personal Injury Solicitors"

'Specialist' is another word that seems to be used a lot. The majority of people would imagine there's a significant difference between a Motor Offence specialist and a general practice solicitor trying the same case. But most tend not to be as picky about things like personal injury, wills, landlord disputes, employment law, and so on.

Khan Law

A firm can be a specialist by targeting just single area of law. But you also get firms that cover a huge range of case types that call themselves specialists as well. Usually that's because they have individual solicitors within the firm that handle specific case types. That's fair enough. But we have seen many firms calling themselves specialists simply because they don't handle absolutely everything. We wouldn't class that as 'specialist'.

For us, a specialist focuses on an area of law in order to build up a huge amount of expertise and experience whilst constantly keeping up with the latest news and changes within that area of law. The quote above is from the Khan Law website and, in our opinion, is being used appropriately.

"Raees was awarded the 'Rising Star in Law Award' at the prestigious Scottish Asian Business Awards"

As mentioned before, the number of firms claiming to be award-winning is huge. But the number of firms being clear about what that means is far fewer. For all we know their award could be for best logo design or for having the nicest waiting room chairs. It may have nothing to do with the practice of law. So Khan Law clearly stating the actual award is therefore quite a rarity and should not be overlooked.

"We fight our client's corner and have done so in many past cases, which is why we have a 100% success rate"

Whilst this sounds like a bold claim it's something you have probably seen many other firms claim as well. So how can you research a law firm or solicitor a bit more? Unfortunately people in Scotland are at a disadvantage when it comes to independent information about their legal professionals. We've always praised The Law Society of England & Wales for having a hugely informative and useful website - and that's a hard thing to do being a Scottish firm ourselves.

The Scottish Law Society is much more of a basic directory. For example, you don't get individual pages on firms or their solicitors. We can only link you to the search function which again only has basic information. Even the individual bits about solicitors at a firm only pop up as comment boxes (and not very well on mobile devices). So what else is there?

"At Khan Law we will keep you up to date with the progress of your case."

Reviews by previous clients are usually the first port of call for consumers and Khan Law come out well in those. They have the obligatory testimonials on their website. Normally a firm obtains testimonials for their site through direct questions or specific feedback questionnaires. That can make them sound very different from the public reviews and they are of course only ever positive comments:

"excellent at navigating me through my injury claim"

"took care of all the legal hassle and fought hard to secure the best possible settlement"

"process was easy, and I felt comfortable throughout the entire process"

These are snippets from larger quotes across the firm's website. But the same themes of praise are echoed across the independent forums as well such as Trustpilot, Google, Yell, Yelp etc:

"easy to contact, fast with replies and always eager to answer any questions"

"helped me with a claim and was really professional"

"supportive and helpful when giving the best possible legal advice"

The vast majority of reviews about this firm were positive. Some review forums had zero negative comments. However, please note that when checking reviews of any firm you absolutely must read the comments rather than relying on star ratings. That's because we've seen law firms with five star reviews for their dog-friendly restaurant and others being criticised for simply being a law firm. We received a negative review last year accusing us of 'feeding the corrupt capitalist machine'. So, yes. Read the actual comments.

"Our Personal Injury Claims are dealt with on a 'no win no fee' basis."

It's something we've covered before but it's still causing confusion so we'll briefly cover it again: 'no win no fee' and '100% compensation' do not mean the same thing. 100% compensation means there are no fees to you whether your case wins or loses. No win no fee only guarantees there are no costs if the case loses. Some firms may take a cut of your compensation if you win. However we believe that should never be a dealbreaker. Using an experienced lawyer who takes 20% of a £5000 hard fought win is better than having a less expert lawyer take 0% of a £2000 settlement. That's a ridiculously simplistic example, but it hopefully conveys the general point.

"Raees ... prides himself on being thorough and ensuring that his clients receive the compensation they are entitled to."

A quick note on navigation as we have two other firms on our network with 'khan' in the name and we did have some trouble ensuring we got the correct reviews up when researching those online. The official site we link to above is www.khanlaw.co.uk with www.khanlaw.com showing information for a completely different firm in the US. Khan Solicitors is a different firm as well using www.khansolicitors.com (www.khansolicitors.co.uk is unowned). There is also a Khan Mather, Aina Khan Law, Ali Khan Law, and more. It may therefore be a good idea to bookmark the correct site to come back to it easier later.

Despite the range of other 'Khan' law firms, this firm focuses on Personal Injury which doesn't have as much risk as things such as Property matters. People have lost £millions over the past decade by simply handing their house deposits over to fraudsters. Sometimes based on nothing more than an official-looking email telling them the bank details for payment have changed. Always make sure you're on the correct website and never discuss bank details or payments via email.

General Notes: Usually if Legal Aid is possible we've mentioned it above, but you can always ask. We haven't looked in depth at their recruitment program so are unaware of any job vacancies available. For a career with Khan Law it's best to visit the website (www.khanlaw.co.uk), check opening hours, and find the correct phone/email contact details. Simply emailing a CV to reception looks lazy. Each law firm's Law Society and/or SRA number should be on their site, usually at the bottom of each page.

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