Hudgell Solicitors has moved into new offices in London’s Fleet Street and added another leading legal figure to its team.
The move comes three years after first establishing a presence in the capital, and reflects the firm’s confidence in the London market, where it has already made an impressive impact.
The purchase of the new premises, just minutes from The Royal Courts of Justice, are part of a long-term strategy aimed at becoming firmly established as a national leader in the industry, placing an increased focus on high-value representing clients who have suffered life-changing injuries.
Hudgell Solicitors has also confirmed the arrival of former Irwin Mitchell partner Amanda Stevens, who has an established reputation as an eminent practitioner in both clinical negligence and personal injury.
Mrs Stevens plays a hugely significant role within the clinical negligence claimant sector, and is currently the Chair of the Civil Procedure Rule sub-committee, which is tasked with drafting court rules for fixed recoverable costs in clinical negligence cases.
She was the claimant spokesperson responsible for drafting the 2007 National Rehabilitation Code, used by solicitors and insurance claims handlers, and Chair of the Project Steering Group overseeing the publication of the much revised 2015 Rehabilitation