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Hay & Kilner adds new clinical negligence expertise

25 Oct 2016

Law firm Hay & Kilner has strengthened its leading clinical negligence team with the appointment of solicitor Sophie Moss as they add to their considerable expertise in the clinical negligence field.

Sophie successfully completed her training at the Newcastle based firm having completed a years’ experience in the firm’s clinical negligence department. Sophie has experience of dealing with all aspects of clinical negligence cases from initial instructions to settlement negotiations. Her experience includes orthopaedic claims, substandard surgery, delay in diagnosis and fatal claims.

David Bradshaw, Partner & Head of Clinical Negligence at Hay & Kilner commented:

 “It’s a great pleasure to announce Sophie’s appointment at Hay & Kilner. It is the culmination of much hard work and it is thoroughly deserved. We are committed to attracting and retaining talented solicitors who can really make a difference for our clients and at the same time build an interesting and rewarding career for themselves.

Hay & Kilner’s clinical negligence team comes highly recommended in independently researched guides to the legal profession, The Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners, where they are singled out as ‘one of the major players in the region, impressing market observers with high standards, a huge volume of work and a pragmatic approach.’

Hay & Kilner has also recently appointed four new trainee solicitors. Jeremy Nash, Rebecca Weir, Sophie Allinson and Tom Clarke have joined two other trainee solicitors, Ben Jackson and Sara Malik, who are currently completing the final year of their training contracts.

Hay & Kilner is one of the region’s leading law firms, offering a full range of legal services to businesses and individuals.

For further information, please contact David Bradshaw, Partner at Hay & Kilner

Call: 0191 232 8345

Email: David.Bradshaw@hay-kilner.co.uk