Business Of The Week: Potter Rees Dolan
This week our Business Of The Week is Potter Rees Dolan, a serious injury solicitors based in Manchester.
Potter Rees Dolan specialises in a number of areas: personal injury, clinical negligence and other legal services, to help with Court of Protection matters, Welfare benefits and professional negligence. Client testimonials detail the work that Potter Rees Dolan has undertaken for clients across the region.
Potter Rees Dolan is a supporter of the following charities: Spinal Injuries Association (SIA), Headway, Aspire, BASIC and the Child Brain Injury Trust. These organisations help those who have suffered the type of injuries that Potter Rees Dolan deal with on a day to day basis.
Midshire has worked with Potter Rees Dolan over the past year to provide a number of services.
Emma Arnold, Potter Rees Dolan said,
“Our relationship with Midshire is still somewhat new, having asked them to help us with our rebrand to Potter Rees Dolan in March 2014. This included a new logo, stationery and marketing materials as well as a new responsive website.
We also purchased a brand new photocopier with Midshire and their engineers, in the event we need any repairs, are very efficient and helpful.
Potter Rees Dolan specialises in serious injuries through personal injury or clinical negligence claims. We use social media and our website to ensure that all the relevant news is published to our client-base. This can include stories from newspapers which feature our current clients or comments from our solicitors on recent news on topic.
Although we are a relatively new-comer to Twitter, Potter Rees Dolan have established organic followers through the law and health industries as well as the mutual support of spine and brain charities.”
One recent case has been featured on the MEN. Helen Dolan, Partner at Potter Rees Dolan is representing a family whose relative died at a Greater Manchester hospital. Details of the case can be found on the MEN website and Potter Rees Dolan blog. Helen Dolan is working with the family and the coroner to determine what caused the death of Mr Stockton. Contact Potter Rees Dolan here for further information about their services.
Midshire Marketing Manager, Adrienne Topping commented,
‘I was introduced to Potter Rees Dolan as it emerged that as well as print solutions we could also develop an updated brand, including logo and website for the company. The website is now responsive and visually very pleasing. We are now looking at ways to further improve its impact, especially with regards to social media.’
Midshire hopes to continue working with Potter Rees Dolan in a number of areas such as website development to further enhance their current site and its functionality.
Black spots on my print-outs – what causes them and how do I prevent them?
There are a number of reasons why your printer or photocopier could produce documents with black dots of smudges on…
How to change the paper thickness settings on your printer or photocopier
Photocopiers and printers are becoming increasingly advanced, and are now able to print on a wide variety of paper types…
Black & white documents, are you using black toner or colour toner?
Many employees now have the choice and freedom to print their work from any of the printers and copiers at…
Photocopier Hard Drive Security – Are You at Risk?
Today, businesses are all too aware of the importance of protecting data. With the introduction of GDPR in May 2018,…
Sharp Electronics Europe Acquires Midshire
Sharp Electronics Europe today announces that is has acquired Midshire Business Systems Limited and Midshire Business Systems (Northern) Ltd, together known…
RISO Duplicators – The Ideal Technology for Graphic Arts Printing
Originally designed to print high-speed documents for busy offices, schools and churches, RISO duplicators have found a new niche market…
Midshire’s Parent Company Wins Prestigious iF Design Award
National managed print service provider Midshire is thrilled to announce that Sharp Europe’s MX-B455W/MX-B355W A4 digital multifunction black and white…