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asb aspire shortlisted for personal injury team of the year

 

Sussex and Kent based serious injury specialists, asb aspire, have been shortlisted for the ‘Personal Injury Team of the Year’ category at the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Awards 2017/18.  

 

Francis Lacy Scott, partner and head of asb aspire comments “Our overriding priority is to optimise our client’s rehabilitation and recovery, whilst maximising their compensation. We pride ourselves on working with professionals from other disciplines to achieve everything we can for the rehabilitation of our clients.  We are delighted to have been shortlisted amongst the leaders in the UK for the accolade of ‘Personal Injury Team of the Year’ by the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Awards team”

 

The winners of the awards will be announced at a Ceremony at the Lancaster Hotel, London in January 2018.

 

The shortlist for the Modern Law Awards has coincided with the launch of the 2018 Chambers and Partners legal directory, which saw asb aspire retain a top tier ranking for our office in Sussex as well as achieving recognition for our Kent office. 

 

Partners, Francis Lacy Scott and Jonathan Clement, both achieved band one rankings, with Francis Lacy Scott described as “pre-eminent brain injury practitioner with a fantastic ability to get a difficult case home." Jonathan Clement, who joined the team at the start of the year is referred to as a “leader in the field for claimant brain injury work who knows the law inside out and adopts the rights tactics and strategy to get the best results for clients."


asb aspire is staffed by recognised legal experts with decades of experience in dealing with catastrophic and serious injury claims, particularly cases involving acquired head and brain injuries.

 

The team understands that the effects of catastrophic injury will be life changing for both the patient, their family and their carer. It can result in potentially permanent issues, possibly requiring long-term and specialist care, support, rehabilitation and retraining.

 

This is why asb aspire’s approach is to focus on rehabilitation. We work with specialists, both locally and nationally, to ensure clients, their family and carers can access the support they need throughout their claim and beyond.

Published: 2 Nov 2017


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