Monday, May 23, 2022

Grantham law firm expands

JMP Solicitors has expanded its personal injury team in its Grantham office with the appointment of senior solicitor, Monique Medd.

Monique brings a wealth of experience to the firm having specialised in litigating high value and complex personal injury claims for the last 22 years. Many of these claims were for catastrophic injuries – where people have suffered life changing injuries due to different types of accidents, as well as pursuing claims for the victims of asbestos exposure and other serious industrial diseases.

Monique will be advising clients on all aspects of personal injury law including workplace claims, road traffic accidents, criminal injuries, fatal accidents, and public liability claims.

As an active member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, Monique is committed to fighting for the rights of injured people. APIL is a not-for-profit organisation representing injured people and is dedicated to protecting and enhancing access to justice, improving the services provided for victims of personal injury, and campaigning to change the law wherever appropriate.

Neil McKinley, also a personal injury solicitor at the firm, was elected the president of APIL in May 2021.

On her new appointment, Monique said: “JMP Solicitors is an approachable practice and well regarded for this area of law.

“As a well-established Lincolnshire firm, I’m very excited to be joining such a friendly and passionate company and utilising my skills and experience within the team.”

Ian Howard, Managing Director at JMP Solicitors, said: “We’d like to give a warm welcome to Monique on joining the JMP team. Monique is ideally positioned to drive forward our work in this critical area, bringing with her a real passion for helping people, alongside an impressive track record.

“Accident claims are the core of our business and over the years we have won millions of pounds of compensation for thousands of clients all over England and Wales. I believe she will fit in perfectly with other team members and we wish her all the best of luck in her new role.”

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