We are excited to announce the latest round of our national expansion plans by confirming we will open our next new office in Warwick to meet increasing demands for our service in the Midlands and Thames Valley region.
The latest office for our national firm, which is renowned for our legal services and wider wraparound support to clients who have sustained serious injuries and their families, will be led by partner Natasha Ulph who will also launch a recruitment drive in the region.
The firm’s Warwick base will be our fourth permanent office when it opens on October 2, adding to existing sites in Cheadle, Manchester and Bury St Edmunds, with consulting offices in Birmingham and Oxford augmenting its presence in the Midlands and Thames Valley alongside further consulting offices nationally in Exeter and Sunderland.
The move has been prompted by a growing caseload of clients and families seeking our help in rebuilding their lives after sustaining brain, spinal cord or serious orthopaedic injuries, amputations or losing a loved one across Birmingham and the Midlands and from Oxford and surrounding areas.
And it will see us beginning a recruitment drive as we seek to increase our team of legal experts and our respected rehabilitation and support coordinators, who work alongside our solicitors to ensure people who have sustained serious injuries have the medical, financial and psychological support they need for their rehabilitation.
Announcing the new office, CEO Richard Clark said: “This is an exciting and important next step in our expansion which meets growing demand in the region. We’ve been supporting clients and families in the Midlands and Thames Valley for many years now and this is the right time and the right place to establish our next permanent office.
“Warwick and the office location right next to the M40 gives us the perfect base from which to reach people across the region and, under Natasha’s leadership, we look forward to expanding our team quickly.”
Natasha, who joined us in 2008 as a trainee solicitor and has since developed her career to become a partner and now head of office, has been a key part of the team, which has developed relationships in the Midlands and Thames Valley over the past eight years.
She said: “I’m delighted to have this opportunity to lead the new office and look forward to building the team in the coming months. We have a great chance to bring our renowned service and approach to more clients and families and I can’t wait to get going.”