Choosing the right solicitor can be a confusing process, but one that is essential to get right.
We’d like you to feel confident that choosing Bott & Co to represent you is the right choice.
While we can tell you how good we are, it may be re-assuring for you to know that we are accredited members of the following leading authorities in the legal industry.
The purpose of the Solicitors Regulation Authority is to protect the public by only accrediting solicitors that meet their exacting standards, and by taking investigative action against those who don’t. We rigorously adhere to their rules, principles and codes of conduct in order to ensure that our clients only ever receive the highest quality service – safe in the knowledge that we are SRA approved.
Investors in People have a set of strict requirements that businesses must live up to in order to receive their valued accreditation. They recognise outstanding people management and celebrate organisations that go above and beyond the call of duty in demonstrating their commitment to staff development.We continue to be accredited by Investors in People and receive regular audits to ensure that we meet their standards.
Lexcel is the Law Society’s mark of excellence in legal practice management and client care. We hold the Law Society’s award for Lexcel Practice Management Accreditation, demonstrating our consistently high operational efficiencies, client services and risk management handling.
The APIL accreditation scheme has been in place to protect the interests of injured people since 1999. As an accredited member of the scheme we’ve made a promise to stay up to date with all the latest legal developments and implement them in order to deal with our cases successfully. We’re committed to undertaking the necessary APIL training programmes and having our training logs continuously vetted, to ensure that we continue to be accredited with this prestigious mark of quality. David Bott, our Senior Partner, is a Past President of APIL having served in this prestigious role from 2011 to 2012. He is currently a member of APIL’s executive committee.