We’ve re-branded!

We’ve re-branded!

3rd Dec 2018
Agata Myszkowska

Marketing Manager

Agata

Same Story.  New Chapter. 

Why the rebrand?

We’re very excited to announce that we’ve rebranded! You may have spotted our new logo back in October, and since then we’ve been busy working on a new website.

Over the past few years, Watermans Solicitors has evolved to being one of the fastest growing personal injury firms in Scotland. Our teams have expanded, and we’ve introduced other areas of law to our growing list of services. We’ve experienced incredible growth, and can now proudly say that we’re a team of 40 expert claim handlers, paralegals, solicitors, and associate directors.

With this in mind, we felt that it was about time we treated ourselves to a new logo and website. We needed an identity that reflected what Watermans do best for our clients, without losing the foundations we started on!

You may have noticed that our tagline now says ‘Put it Right’. While others speak about ‘money’ and ‘blame’, we believe that these are only means to that end, not the end in itself. The client is at the heart of everything we do.  Our sole focus is to help them put their experience behind them and get on with life. We are driven to achieve the same end as the client – a sense of closure.

  • We help put people’s lives back on track.
  • We rectify others’ mistakes.
  • We deliver justice.
  • We provide closure.
  • Watermans put it right.

watermans logo

 

This is why the logo has a simple, clean and contemporary look. The lowercase conveys friendliness and presents a business with a personal and approachable side. However, the straight edges of the diamond shapes suggest stability and impart strength, professionalism, and efficiency.

Let us know what you think!

We’re chuffed with the results, but it’s what you think that really matters. We’d love to hear what you think of the site and if there’s anything you’d like to see more or less of. Feel free to contact us via Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, email, or pigeon post.