Jacobs Allen Hammond is a niche West End practice specialising in civil and commercial matters.
Formed in 2003, Christopher Allen and Peter Jacobs continue to drive the firm’s growth and ambition. Over the years, the firm has established close working relationships with both existing and new clients.
As a firm practising in heart of London we seek to meet both the practical and legal requirements of our personal and business clients. Our focus ensures that we are able to offer specialist tailored advice. We recognise our clients are unique and aim to advise them according to their individual circumstances.
We base our success on the satisfaction of our clients and offer a balanced and diverse range of legal services.The Partners enjoy significant years of experience both in law and business between them. Our clients therefore benefit from robust and specialist advisors,which is filtered down to Assistant and Trainee Solicitors alike. Our ethos is to continue to develop that knowledge so that we can continue to deliver quality advice and assistance.We have good links with a cross section of experts including a number of leading sets of Chambers, Chartered Building and Land Surveyors and Property Management organisations as well as strong international connections.
We are able to take advice from these individuals on areas outside our expertise or where appropriate direct our clients to them. All of which ensures that we are able to provide expert legal services to both UK and international clients.
Regulatory information and contact details
Jacobs Allen Hammond is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority who can be contacted via their website at www.sra.org.uk
We always look to provide a quality service and resolve any issues without the need for any complaint but if you are unhappy with any aspect of our service we have an internal complaints procedure, details of which are available upon request from our complaints handling partner Peter Jacobs at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel 020 7299 9800.
In the unlikely event that you feel that you are not completely satisfied with our resolution of your complaint, you may contact the Legal Ombudsman at www.legalombudsman.org.uk
The European Union also provide a platform for resolving consumer disputes, details of which can be found at www.ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr