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  • Tinsdills Celebrates 100,000th Client Milestone

    An expanding and vastly experienced legal firm is celebrating a mammoth milestone after securing its 100,000th  client.

    Tinsdills Solicitors Ltd, which has offices in Hanley, Leek, Newcastle-under-Lyme and Sandbach, reached the landmark after taking on new staff in the summer to support new client enquiries.

    Cara Clowes, from Staffordshire became the 100,000th client after calling on Tinsdills’ expert help in buying a house.

    Cara said: “I chose Tinsdills because of their strong reputation and long history in the area. It was the natural choice for me to use their services and the staff have been extremely helpful in giving me expert advice. I’m thrilled to be the firm’s 100,000th client – I hope they go on to get 100,000 more!”

    Tinsdills’ expansion has seen the firm gain a number of experienced staff, strengthening and broadening the business’s knowledge and helping it to increase new client enquiries.

    Tinsdills is recruiting for further positions throughout the business as it continues to broaden services for new and existing clients. Latest vacancies are available at https://www.tinsdills.co.uk/careers/

    Andrew Burrows, Conveyancing Solicitor & Director at Tinsdills said: “Our firm has a rich and long history, serving people across the area for nearly 350 years. We are a hugely knowledgeable and experienced law firm and our staff are experts in knowing and understanding clients’ needs. We put customer service at the heart of all we do.

    “We’re thrilled to have now served 100,000 happy clients from throughout the area and we wish Cara Clowes every happiness in her new home.”

     

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