Wards Solicitors’ accident and injury specialist lawyers have once again been singled out for praise by the Chambers UK 2018 legal guide.
For the third year running, Wards Solicitors’ has been ranked as a leading personal injury firm in the South West recognised for its ‘active personal injury practice’ with high levels of commendation from clients.
Fighting for what is right
Alison, who is the head of the team, is commended as a “well-respected practitioner”, well versed in high-value personal injury claims, including road traffic accidents, product liability and workplace injury cases. According to one client: “She is realistic and managed our expectations but fought for what was right.”
Intelligent and able lawyer
Helen was lauded for having a wealth of experience in representing claimants, advising on matters such as road traffic accidents, employers’ liability and accidents abroad. One source said: “She is a highly intelligent and able lawyer who demonstrates excellent judgement in the way she conducts her cases.”
Chambers guides are the result of thousands of in-depth interviews by the largest research team of its kind and are trusted globally to objectively rank the world’s best lawyers and law firms.
The personal injury team at Wards Solicitors team is also recommended by the independent Legal 500 2017 guide, Alison Underhill is a recommended lawyer for her clinical negligence and personal injury work and Helen Boyd is singled out for her “approachable personality”.
Solicitor Associate Angela Carnell is a recent addition to the Wards Solicitors team and brings 20 years of experience to her role having dealt with a wide variety of personal injury matters including road traffic accidents as well as accidents at work, fatal accidents, public liability, occupier liability and claims arising from faulty products. She joins Solicitor Richard Green whose areas of specialism include asbestos related illness and accidents involving animals.
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