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Law firm appoints new directors

Gloucestershire-based law firm, Iacopi Palmer Solicitors, has appointed two new directors, Laura Bater and Emma Walker.

Laura and Emma, both qualified solicitors, will join Christine Iacopi and Kevin Palmer, who formed the firm in 2003 as a specialist clinical negligence practice. Each brings around ten years' experience working in law and will continue managing cases, as well as being instrumental in the running of the business.

Whilst the firm remains a specialist clinical negligence practice, holding clinical negligence accreditations with all three panels (Action against Medical Accidents, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Law Society), over the last 16 years it has expanded, with its team including some of the region's most respected and experienced solicitors.

The firm now offers expert advice in most areas of law, acting for both individuals and businesses, and holds various other accreditations. Other areas of expertise include serious personal injury, inquests, litigation, wills, probate and trusts, residential and commercial conveyancing, landlord and tenant, mental health and family.

Under its free half hour advice scheme, Iacopi Palmer also provides initial advice without charge in many circumstances, such as if you have received a letter from an NHS Trust pursuant to the Duty of Candour or you are awaiting an inquest.

For more information about Iacopi Palmer Solicitors, visit www.iacopipalmer.co.uk  or telephone 01452 416452.

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