The Liverpool-based firm, which has offices in West Derby, Anfield and the city centre, has more than doubled the size of its now 17-strong personal injury team over the last 12 months.
Paul Crowley & Co will now welcome solicitor James Reed as part of this continued growth, as the firm looks to bolster its offering as a client focused compensation claims specialist.
Specialising in employer liability and public liability claims, James joins the firm from Pilkington Shaw solicitors, having qualified as a solicitor in March this year.
James’ appointment follows a raft of new appointments to the personal injury department for 2016, including Elaine Walker as the new head of department, as well as the launch of a new holiday sickness claims sub-department.
Senior partner, Paul Crowley, says: “I am delighted to welcome James into our personal injury department, and I am confident that he will be a valuable asset to the team as we look to grow and develop our compensation claims offering.
“We have worked tirelessly over the last 12 months to build a team who offer expert legal advice, whilst providing the highest level of client care. Building strong relationships based on confidence and trust is central to our professional approach, and is particularly important when it comes to clients who might need that extra support after suffering an accident. Looking ahead to 2017 I am confident that we will now build upon this foundation and continue to grow our services.”
"We have worked tirelessly over the last 12 months to build a team who offer expert legal advice, whilst providing the highest level of client care."
Senior partner, Paul Crowley
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