OpenDoor is the result of a combination of experienced legal and financial know-how, drawn from within the One Advice Group. OpenDoor delivers a more streamlined and efficient service with the customer at the heart of all that we do.
The friendly and efficient teams within OpenDoor help customers nationwide to reclaim money from mis-sold PPI, packaged bank accounts and flight delays.
Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), OpenDoor is a trading style of Open Door (Legal Services) Ltd which provides legal services under ABS licence 607880. It’s part of a uniquely structured (ABS) business with OpenDoor providing a high standard of service to customers.
This means our work is supervised by experienced solicitors, who have an exclusively customer service driven background. We treat our customers how we would want to be treated; this means a highly skilled, yet friendly and fair approach to legal and financial issues.
OpenDoor is ideally positioned to deliver the support and expertise that existing Harrington Brooks customers need, for example, assisting customers in defending enforcement action taken by creditors to helping customers recover mis-sold financial and/or insurance products.
The free advice and support relating to Creditor Litigation matters includes:
- Enforcement Officers (Bailiffs or High Court Sheriffs)
- Debt related legal proceedings
- County court judgments
- Charging order applications and proceedings
- Attachment of earnings applications and proceedings
- Eviction action taken against you.
OpenDoor have helped over 5,000 customers claim back over £14 million redress from mis sold financial products.
Is The Future Of PPI All Claimed Out?
No, it’s definitely not. The PPI claims deadline is set for 29 August 2019 and customers can claim up until then. And thanks to a court ruling known as ‘Plevin’, it’s possible you could claim compensation even if you couldn’t before.
OpenDoor offers straightforward, professional legal and financial advice at competitive, cost-effective rates with a high level of customer-centric service.
It aims to always:
- Deal fairly with customers on fees and delivery.
- Work as fast as possible to deliver action and answers.
- Respond quickly and proactively to protect customers.
- Be transparent in all dealings with customers, the Courts and any third parties.
Commitment to Quality
To attain the ABS licence with the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA), we had to achieve the regulator’s confidence and show that we put the customer’s needs first and foremost, that working practices are of the highest level, and that customers obtain an efficient, empathetic and client-focused legal service – all combined with a high level and quality of service at a fair cost.