Gamlins Law has been accredited to a register of solicitors specialising in brain injury cases.
Two of the firm’s lawyers, Simon Roberts and Elen Wynne Roberts have been selected for inclusion in the Headway Directory.
Headway is a charity that supports brain injury victims and their families across the UK. Every year, 350,000 people are admitted to hospital suffering from a brain injury.
Gamlins Law is the only law firm with its head office in North Wales to be included in the directory.
Being accredited to the Headway panel is a major coup for Gamlins Law and follows the recruitment of Simon, Elen and their colleague Sally Richards to spearhead the company’s personal injury and clinical negligence department at the end of last year.
The team has a background of working with clients across the UK, including on some of the most complex and high-profile cases.
Simon has over 20 years’ experience acting for clients on brain injury claims ranging from £50,000 to several million pounds.
Elen, a Welsh speaker, also has considerable experience including advising on cerebral palsy cases.
Simon said: “We are delighted to have been selected for the Headway Directory following a rigorous assessment process.
“The directory enables families of those affected by brain injuries to access the best possible legal support either locally or by searching for the solicitors they feel are best qualified to assist wherever they are in the UK.”
Elen, who led the application process for Gamlins Law, said: “Providing legal advice on brain injury cases is an extremely specialist area. Those affected require a huge amount of support and access to the best possible professionals with genuine expertise.
“Because Gamlins Law is a multi-disciplinary firm, providing a wide range of legal services, we will also be able to provide introductions to colleagues who can assist in other areas as appropriate.”
Ffion Jones, Network Support Coordinator for Wales at Headway, said: “We are delighted that Gamlins Law has been selected to join the Headway Legal Directory. The aim of the directory is to provide the families of people impacted by brain injury with legal expertise they can trust when they most need it. We look forward to working with Simon, Elen and the rest of the Gamlins Law team.”
Rhyl-headquartered Gamlins Law can handle the full breadth of personal injury and clinical negligence cases ranging from product, occupier and employer liability claims and RTAs through to the more serious and complex cases.
The business employs over 75 people and recently moved to a new 10,000 sq. ft HQ at Morfa Hall in the town. It has further offices in Mold, Ruthin, Denbigh and Holywell.