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Preparations are well underway for specialist personal injury law firm Novum Law’s celebratory party on Thursday 20 October at Salisbury Cathedral.
More than 100 special guests including Novum Law clients, associates, professional contacts and colleagues are expected to attend a special evening of champagne and canapés to celebrate the firm’s continued business success in Salisbury and throughout the surrounding area.
The business has gone from strength-to-strength since its launch just two years’ ago in October 2014. The team specialises in serious personal injury compensation claims including severe injuries to the brain and spine and complex medical negligence cases from its premises at Renshaw Barns in Upper Woodford, Salisbury.
Neil Elliott, Novum Law Partner, who heads up the firm’s Salisbury office and is also a Chairman of local brain injury charity, Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire, said: “It promises to be a wonderful evening in what is an iconic Salisbury landmark which will provide a stunning backdrop to our celebrations.
“In just two years, the business has grown significantly and we have established ourselves as a force to be reckoned with in the field of personal injury in Salisbury and beyond, specialising in complex and challenging high value compensation claims. We are proud of our achievements to date and what better way to celebrate than with a glass of bubbly in a beautiful setting in the heart of the Salisbury community? We are very much looking forward to the event and welcoming all our special guests.”
Guests will be entertained at the event with music from renowned harpist Katie Salomon and talented magician Matt Lock who will be mingling among the crowd surprising and delighting with his repertoire of tricks.
The party kicks off at 6 pm on Thursday 20 October.
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