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There have been double celebrations at Novum Law with the news that two of its experienced solicitors have been promoted in its latest round of senior promotions.
Andrew Walker, a specialist asbestos disease solicitor based in our Plymouth office, has been promoted to director following five successful years establishing and growing our thriving industrial disease practice throughout Plymouth and the surrounding area.
He works closely with asbestos support charity, SWASAG, which is dedicated to helping people affected by asbestos-related diseases and regularly speaks at their patient events and helps with their fundraising initiatives.
Andrew is joined in the promotions round by Daniel Green from our Salisbury office, who has also been promoted to director.
Daniel has been with Novum Law for over seven years joining as an associate solicitor. He specialises in serious personal injury and medical negligence compensation claims.
Daniel has extensive experience in traumatic brain injury and spinal injury claims as well as medical negligence cases and has been instrumental in helping to grow our medical negligence practise. In recent years, he’s been involved in complex, high value compensation claims involving surgical errors, incorrect or delayed diagnosis and defective medical equipment claims. He is a trustee and company secretary of Headway Swindon, which provides information, support and services to brain injury survivors.
Tim Robinson, Finance Director of Novum Law, said: “These latest well-deserved promotions reflect the expertise, skills and talent of our legal team and our commitment to recognising individuals’ contribution to the success of our business. What a great way to end the year as we look forward to 2020!”
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