Friday, October 22, 2021

Ringrose Law shortlisted for duo of awards

Ringrose Law Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence team are celebrating as they have been shortlisted for not one, but two awards at this year’s Personal Injury Awards.

The team has been shortlisted for Claimant Team of the Year and John Knight, Head of the Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence team has also been shortlisted for Clinical Negligence Lawyer of the Year.

John Knight, Head of the team, said: “These awards demonstrate the hard work, determination and commitment which each and every one of the team show every day when working to help their clients.

“‘Where individuals count’ is our firm ethos and we apply that every day. Clients often come to us when dealing with one of the most difficult times of their lives and our job is to support them through that.

“As well as helping clients receive the compensation they need to help them move forward with their lives, we also ensure that additional care and support is provided to our clients and their families.

“To be shortlisted for both Claimant Team of the year and Clinical Negligence Lawyer of the year in these national awards is a huge achievement and I’d like to congratulate everyone in the team and at Ringrose Law.”

The Personal Injury Awards, hosted by Claims Media, highlight and celebrate the excellence of individuals and organisations across the personal injury sector. The aim of the awards is to identify high standards of practice and to inspire others to emulate the achievements demonstrated by those who have been shortlisted.

Now in its 14th year, the awards ceremony this year will be taking place in Leeds at the end of November.

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