DAC Beachcroft Boosts Claims Solutions Business with Double Partner Hire

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DAC Beachcroft Boosts Claims Solutions Business with Double Partner Hire

Published 5 October 2018

International law firm DAC Beachcroft continues to strengthen its Claims Solutions business with the appointment of two new partners, Kate Archer and Paul Cox.

Kate returns to DAC Beachcroft after almost five years at DWF where she was a director. A specialist in defending motor-related large loss and catastrophic injury claims, she joins DAC Beachcroft's 400-strong, national Motor Insurance team and is based in Manchester.

Paul, also a specialist in large loss and catastrophic injury cases, becomes a partner in the firm's top-ranked Catastrophic Injury team. Based at the firm's Birmingham office, Paul handles cases involving brain and spinal injuries, as well as fatal accident claims and those involving chronic pain syndrome. He was previously technical claims director at Browne Jacobson.

Commenting on the two appointments, Craig Dickson, CEO of DAC Beachcroft Claims Solutions, says: "We're really pleased to welcome Paul and Kate to the partnership. They are highly regarded practitioners, acknowledged by clients and peers alike for their technical expertise as well as their ability to build strong client relationships. These two appointments support our strategic plan to build our Claims Solutions business, not just in Manchester and Birmingham but across our wider network."

Paul commented: "I am delighted to have joined the team at DAC Beachcroft. Having specialised in catastrophic and large loss work for a number of years, joining such a well-established team with a stellar reputation presents some very exciting opportunities for the future."

"I am very excited to be returning to DAC Beachcroft," Kate added. "The firm is enjoying really strong growth and I am looking forward to working with the existing highly regarded Motor team in Manchester to further strengthen and develop the practice in the City and throughout the North West."

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