Last week Irwin Mitchell launched a new Legal Health Check service designed and developed by Quba. This coincided with the launch of Irwin Mitchell’s new brand and website (that Quba also lent a helping hand on).
The Legal Health Check is completely free and allows anyone to answer a few questions covering some key legal topics, such as Wills, trusts, home and property. The tool then provides you with a personalised report with clear information and guidance. The questionnaire and report are jargon free and it’s been designed to work on any device, so you can use it on a mobile, desktop or tablet.
This free service also provides a wide range of legal factsheets, including:
• Employment and work
• Home and property
• Wills and trusts
We’ve been working with Irwin Mitchell over the past few months on this project and it’s good to see the initial phase of work out there getting the promotion and response it deserves. We’re now working together to add some additional enhancements to the user dashboard, and these should be launched shortly.
Martyn Levitt, Digital Marketing Manager at Irwin Mitchell said:
“Our Legal Health Check is a great way for individuals to make sure their legal affairs are in order. The check only takes a few minutes to complete and gives users an easy-to-understand summary of where they stand in a range of legal areas, including employment law, wills, property and family law. The check is free to complete and if any issues are highlighted, our expert solicitors are just a phone call away.
We've worked with Quba on design and development projects for years, so we knew they'd be able to turn the project around quickly, efficiently and in line with the brief.”
Jon Rhodes, Senior Project Manager at Quba added:
“The Legal Health Check project has required close collaboration with the team at Irwin Mitchell and it’s been very rewarding to get something out rapidly to meet the launch date. It’s been great to see the Legal Health Check receive the promotion it deserves across the Irwin Mitchell site, Twitter and LinkedIn.”