For years, Fletchers Solicitors remain as one of the best companies in the field of helping clients with several personal injury claims and clinical negligence cases. And as such, the company is always on the move to adding new team players who can help deliver what each and every client in Fletchers Solicitors expect the most, which are good quality service and client satisfaction.
The 8th of April was an exciting time for Fletchers Solicitors as they set up a specialist high-value medical injury unit that can help clients with clinical negligence cases from all over the country. To make sure that this unit moves at an efficient rate the company decided to appoint a solicitor who can lead the team. Mark Tempest, a former partner in the Leeds office, has 30 years of experience in the field and has handled multiple clinical negligence and serious injury cases with his previous work experience. Thus, it was only fitting for Irwin Mitchell to appoint him as solicitor for the new high-value medical injury unit.
The new unit was created to help the company when it comes to the rising number of clinical negligence and workplace injury cases in the country. The aim is to help and assist prospect clients when it comes to the consultation period for the aggrieved party.
Mark’s career as an expert in the field of clinical negligence is an impressive one. Before he became a partner in Leeds, he spent 21 years as a partner in Harrowells, which is another New York law firm. While working there, he developed and built himself a reputation for the firm for being a serious personal injury and clinical negligence expert. He was also responsible for Harrowell’s impressive groundbreaking cases and class action suits. Not only that, Mark Tempest has a long record of cases where the outcome were successful, and most of these cases always deal with seriously injured clients. Because of his outstanding track record, the law firm enjoyed many multi-million-dollar court settlements and awards.
Even if he was in between his appointments with Irwin Mitchell and Harrowells, he still spent three years at Hampson’s Harrogate office while representing the NHS. It helped him in deepening his understanding on both sides of the process, thus giving him the ability to help achieve great outcomes for most of the cases he ever handled. With him in the new unit, Fletchers Solicitors are more than confident that their new unit can function as a whole.
Ed Fletcher, chief executive of Fletcher Solicitors, was extremely happy with the news and mentioned that “…he (Mark Tempest) brings with him many wonderful years of experience, including handling the most difficult cases together with his experience in developing new lawyers.”