NAHL Group plc is the parent company of National Accident Law (comprising the National Accident Helpline (NAH) brand), Fitzalan Partners (Fitzalan), Searches UK (Searches) and Bush & Company Rehabilitation (Bush & Co) and National Conveyancing Partners.
NAH was founded in 1993 in order to assist genuine accident victims in seeking compensation and redress for injuries suffered. In February 2015, the Group acquired Fitzalan Partners, an online marketing specialist in the conveyancing and surveyor markets. Bush & Co, a provider of specialist services in the catastrophic injury market, was acquired in October 2015 and Searches UK followed in January 2016 as part of the Group's continued growth strategy within the legal services market.
April 2019 saw the launch of National Accident Law, the Group's self-processing law firm. In February 2020 the Group launched National Conveyancing Partners (NCP), it's own self-processing conveyancing business.
National Accident Helpline founded to give consumers who had suffered an injury that wasn’t their fault access to justice.
First national press adverts appear.
First UK-wide commercial TV adverts air.
NAH Call Centre becomes fully operational.
The Access to Justice Bill is passed creating demand for “no win, no fee” agreements.
Management buy-out backed by private equity firm LDC.
The Ministry of Justice forms the Claims Management Regulatory Unit (CMRU) in order to improve access to justice and to promote the interests of consumers by regulating Claims Management Companies and marketing service providers.
Further investment received from Inflection, another private equity firm.
Creation of Underdog character, promoting the idea of the consumer needing a champion.
New executive appointments made to support the development of the businesses strategy and manage the business through a period of regulatory change.
NAH proposes a number of amendments during the passage of the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO) aimed at curtailing unethical practices such as cold calling, spam texting, third party capture and advertising in hospitals.
The Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO) enacted.
In May, NAHL successfully floated on the Alternative Investment Market (“AIM”) of the London Stock Exchange, becoming NAHL Group plc.
The Group acquired Fitzalan Partners which provides conveyancing lead generation services to over 70 law firms and 150 surveyors.
The Group acquired Bush & Company, as part of a continued targeted acquisitions strategy to support our growth agenda. Bush & Company provides a range of assessment, rehabilitation and support services for those suffering a catastrophic injury.
Fitzalan Partners acquired Searches UK, a leading conveyancing search provider in England and Wales predominantly for residential property transactions.
National Accident Helpline unveiled a new brand, putting real customers, their experiences and stories, front and centre.
Under the banner ‘When it’s wrong, make it right,’ the campaign follows the customer journey from initial call, the effects of the injury and how they got back on track.
Your Law LLP began trading and was National Accident Helpline's first Alternative Business Structure (ABS).
Your Law is a partnership with New Law and operates out of its offices in Cardiff and Bristol.
In April 2019 our Personal Injury division launched National Accident Law, the Group's first wholly owned law firm, which differentiates itself from competitors due to its state of the art, consumer focused technology enabled capability.
Law Together began trading and is the Group's Fourth ABS.
Law Together is a partnership with Horwich Cohen Coghlan (HCC) and operates out of their Manchester office.
The Group launched National Conveyancing Partners (NCP), it's own self-processing conveyancing business.