Recommend a Friend Scheme Terms & Conditions.

Recommendations from satisfied clients or customers are an
extremely important marketing tool for any business. Driscoll Kingston Solicitors
prides itself on delivering an excellent service for clients and wishes to
reward the loyalty of its satisfied clients if they recommend a new client to
us, or decide to instruct us to act on their behalf again in the future. Driscoll
Kingston Solicitors is mindful of the provisions of The Legal Aid, Sentencing
and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, and accordingly will not make any payment
for referrals as defined under the Act. The Scheme

1. To be eligible for a
payment under this scheme, the initial contact with us MUST come from a
Prospective Client (‘PC’) directly. No information regarding the PC or their
prospective claim may be provided by another party prior to our agreeing to act
on the PC’s behalf. This means that if you do recommend us to a PC, you should
ask them to call us direct. To help us identify you as the Recommender, please
make sure the PC provides us with your full name and contact details when they
contact us.

2. We will only make a payment for a recommendation and do not
offer any inducements to clients or third parties. If you decide to recommend
our services, it should be because the PC has told you that they wish to make a
claim and you are happy to recommend our services. We will make no payments
where the PC has been encouraged or is likely to have been encouraged to make a
claim by way of you offering them any sort of reward. For example, by way of
offering them any other benefit in return for them contacting us and telling us
that you have recommended our services. If you do anything other than recommend
our services and provide our contact details, you may have offered an
inducement in contravention of Section 58 of the Criminal Justice and Courts
Act 2015.

3. Where the PC informs us that we have been recommended to him or
her by a Recommender, the Recommender shall be eligible for a payment under
this Scheme, subject to the terms herein. Alternatively, if the PC is a former
client of ours, and no payment under this Scheme is claimed by another person
in respect to their case, then the PC shall be eligible for a payment under
this Scheme, subject to the terms herein.

4. Please note that we can only make
a payment to a Recommender under this scheme if the PC contacts us in
accordance with clause 1 above. If a Recommender attempts to provide us with a
PC’s details, or details of their prospective claim, we will not be able to
make any payment to the Recommender, as this would constitute a breach of
LASPO.

5. No Payment under this Scheme shall become payable until 28 days after
an unequivocal admission of both negligence and causation has been made in
respect of the PC’s claim by the other side’s insurers and the PC has attended
a medical appointment.

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