Move signals strategic investment in law firm’s PI team…
FBC Manby Bowdler has moved its 30-strong team into Paycare House in George Street, Wolverhampton, directly opposite its newly renovated Georgian headquarters.
The move brings the department together in one open plan space and aims to improve the learning across individual teams, which provide legal advice and support to people who have suffered as a result of an accident, medical negligence or a catastrophic injury.
The team has secured millions of pounds in settlements for its clients including one of more than £20m for a Wolverhampton man who was left with severe injuries after an uninsured driver hit him.
Sales Director Neil Lloyd said: “Personal injury and clinical negligence work is an important sector for us and this was a strategic investment with a view to maximising potential opportunities.
“Bringing the entire team under one roof has enabled us to streamline our processes to ensure we continue to deliver stellar service to our clients, something that we strive for across every aspect of our business.”
FBC Manby Bowdler now has nine offices across the region in Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Shropshire and Worcestershire, employing more than 200 staff. Its specialist teams cover family law, litigation, corporate law, employment, residential and commercial property, agriculture and personal injury.
Several of its teams and individual lawyers were singled out for praise in both the 2019 Chambers guide, which identifies the most outstanding law firms and lawyers in the UK, and the 2019 Legal 500 guide to the country’s leading firms and solicitors.
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