Manchester-headquartered full-service legislation agency JMW Solicitors has revealed a change in administration for its private injury workforce.
Andrew Lilley and Gordon Cartwright are taking on as joint heads of the workforce at JMW after Richard Powell retired from the corporate after greater than 25 years of service.
It additionally follows the recruitment of Cathy Leech to go the catastrophic injury workforce.
They are going to be aiming to construct on its robust success in critical injury work for his or her increasing shopper base and their relationships with charities corresponding to CBIT, Headway, Backup and the Spinal Accidents Affiliation.
Lilley has been at JMW for greater than 25 years and has substantial expertise within the space of catastrophic injury circumstances. He has handled quite a few multi-million-pound settlements.
Cartwright joined JMW in September 2001 as a trainee, certified in 2003 and have become a companion in 2009. He additionally specialises in catastrophic injury claims with a selected curiosity in paediatric mind injury claims and recurrently secures seven determine settlements for his purchasers.
Leech has joined as companion and head of catastrophic Damage from Irwin Mitchell the place she was a companion for greater than eight years. She specialises in spinal cord, mind and sophisticated injury claims and is well-known for her work for a few years with the Spinal Accidents Affiliation. She has efficiently gained in extra of fifty private injury claims for spinal cord injured claimants.
The 50-strong private Damage division at JMW are 22 per cent forward of its goal for the 2022/23 monetary yr.
Below Lilley’s and Cartwright’s new management the main focus for the workforce shall be to additional develop excessive grade catastrophic work whereas persevering with to focus on area of interest areas of labor corresponding to armed forces, journey and biking claims. In addition they plan to usher in some additional excessive profile new recruits to the workforce in 2023.
JMW has three places of work within the UK, together with its head workplace in Manchester, a full-service workplace in London and certainly one of its specialist household legislation groups in Liverpool.