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Keoghs strengthens complex teams with raft of key appointments


Keoghs has bolstered a number of its complex claims teams across the UK, including in Scotland and London, as the Top 40 law firm continues to expand its reach and range of services.

In Glasgow Joanne Farrell, previously at Weightmans and BTO Solicitors, heads up a new Scottish arm of Keoghs Healthcare, bringing a wealth of experience in high value claims including medical malpractice.

In London both the Property Risks & Coverage (PRC) and Professional & Financial Risks divisions have expanded through several high profile arrivals who provide an abundance of insurance law pedigree.

Keoghs PRC welcomes Paul de le Porte from Plexus Law and Associate Raphinder Jhinger from BLM/Clyde & Co, both of whom have vast and wide-ranging experience across property claims.

Meanwhile construction specialists Gary Thwaites and Gary Wicks arrive in the Professional & Financial Risks team from BLM/Clyde & Co together with associates Holly Ross and Stavry Onissiphorou. In Liverpool, the team has welcomed Sarah Elderton a notable addition, also from BLM/Clyde & Co.

Allison Carr, CEO of Keoghs, commented;

“This is an incredibly exciting time for our complex division, who have always been regarded as market leaders in their field. These appointments build on that impressive reputation, providing a statement of intent as we continue to grow our complex proposition. I would like to welcome every new member of the team across the UK, all of whom will bring our clients an exceptional level of expertise and standing within the insurance industry.”

Allison Carr

Allison Carr
Chief Executive Officer

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