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I was involved in an accident and my insurance company thought they had achieved the world for me by getting an offer of 50/50. This offer would mean not only would I get 50% of the damage done to my car, but would also lose my no claims bonus. I went to Banner Jones with all the paperwork and just a few weeks later I was banking a cheque for the full amount of damages and had my no claims discount. Great Service!

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We are very satisfied with Banner Jones. May I also say the receptionists and secretaries were very kind and helpful.

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Thank you again for your help..If anyone requires a solicitor at any time..I will recommend yourselves..for quick and friendly service

Miss N, Chesterfield

I recently had a very positive interaction with Becky Cardinal at the Mansfield office. During my time with her, I found that she was very helpful and supportive. She listened to my concerns without interrupting, and I found this very comforting because she was genuinely interested. Becky is a credit to her organisation, and I would like to thank her for being so patient and understanding during our interaction together. Lovely young lady.

Mrs M, Mansfield

Thanks Holly. Big hug for the team 

Mr W, South Tehidy, New Green Ventures Ltd

I am happy with the service we received. Sandra Potter kept us updated at all times. Nothing was too much trouble. Highly recommended.

Mr K & Miss F, Chesterfield

Thank you Jenna for all your help.

Ms J, Chesterfield

Excellent, speedy & professional help. Thank you Katie!

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