National Claims Completes Rebranding Project

National Claims has officially announced its new name and brand, moving away from the Finance Advice Helpline name and brand. This rebrand signifies a new strategy for the company and a vision to grow not only National Claims but the size of the opportunity as well. 

Managing Director Dan Brito said of the change: “The new brand is not a vanity play but instead is reflective of the services and the expertise we can offer both claimants and legal partners when they choose to trust us. Over the past 24 months the team has worked hard to develop a new vision and strategy to offer more services to the public, including medical negligence, housing disrepair and accidents at work. As a result we have also grown our third party litigation partners and are working with the likes of TRUE Solicitors and Thorntons Solicitors.” 

National Claims has developed a strong reputation among solicitors and consumers alike, ensuring quality and efficacy is there with each and every claim. Dan continues: “National Claims has a strong track record of ongoing commitment to providing quality claimants, as well as supporting the process with the right infrastructure to ensure a smooth litigation journey. This approach has led to outstanding Trustpilot scores and positive feedback and working relationships with our stakeholders.”

Dan concluded: “We are proud to announce our new name and new brand. We are a leading National Claims company and we wanted our brand to reflect this. We will continue to help more people receive the compensation they are entitled to for genuine claims across the UK. Here’s to 2022 and beyond”

The rebrand was developed in 2021 and launched in January 2022. 

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