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We are excited to announce the arrival of 10 new colleagues.

Written by CFG Law, 2 November 2018

10 new colleagues join CFG Law

We are excited to announce the arrival of 10 new colleagues, including a Senior Associate Solicitor, Associate Solicitor, Client Support Manager, Solicitors, Chartered Legal Executive, Trainee Solicitors, Paralegals, and an HR Administrator.

Senior Associate Solicitor, Emily Kalwak, joins the firm from Slater and Gordon and has over 13 years’ experience in catastrophic injury cases, having worked on a number of multi-million-pound settlements.

The Client Support Team has also been enhanced with the arrival of a new Client Support Manager, Natalie Johnson. Natalie is a Physiotherapist with over 13 years’ experience in both NHS and private practice and will be providing expert advice and support to seriously injured clients from the outset of their claim to help them to achieve a quicker and more improved recovery.

Broadening the legal skills of CFG Law further, Callum Hugo joins us a Costs Solicitor from Horwich Farrelly. Callum has over six years’ experience in the legal costs sector and understands the important interplay between costs management and serious injury claims.

Jonathan Massey and Matthew Gardner also join CFG Law as Solicitors, and Gareth Maher-Jones joins as a Chartered Legal Executive. These three additions further strengthen the legal team bringing considerable expertise in handling personal and serious injury claims.

The firm is also eager to nurture and grow talent and knowledge in serious injury law with the appointment of two Trainee Solicitors, Penina Giffen and Diane Hughes, and two Paralegals, Elizabeth Brooks and April Moore, as well as the appointment of HR Administrator, Jessica Jones.

“The strength of the firm lies in our talented team of professionals and their expertise in helping injured people to recover from devastating injuries. To offer the level of support essential in serious injury claims, it is important we continue to strengthen the team with further skills and knowledge with people who share our passion of helping those affected by injury – together.”

Alastair Fernie, Managing Director.


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