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Taylor Rose MW praised in The Legal 500 2022



ADRIAN JAGGARD
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Thu 7 October 2021 Taylor Rose MW praised in The Legal 500 2022

We’re extremely delighted to announce that Taylor Rose MW has achieved recognition in the 2022 Legal 500 publication


The 2022 edition of The Legal 500 reviews the firm’s East Anglian Commercial Property practice area and the South Eastern Contentious Trust and Probate, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence for Claimant. 

For the fourth year running, our Commercial Property team, who are based at the firm’s Peterborough office, have been recommended. Navead Yousaf, Associate Solicitor and Nick Scutt, Partner both play key roles in transactions for property companies, landlords, tenants, developers, and investors and can advise on a range of matters relating to commercial property. Neil Pota, Consultant Solicitor has also been named as a key lawyer for the firms Commercial Property success.

"Even as Taylor Rose MW has continued to grow dramatically, the fact our team continues to achieve such recognition from Legal 500 is a testament to our commitment to maintaining the highest calibre work for our clients. We are thankful to our clients for their feedback," stated Navead.

It has been the second year, as Taylor Rose MW for our Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence departments being named. With Joanna Bailey, Head of Personal Injury and Lauren Phillips, Head of Clinical Negligence being mentioned for their claimant-based work.

Philip Scarles, Senior Associate based in our Sevenoaks office, who was mentioned for his ‘experience in claims involving a variety of serious and catastrophic injuries, particularly brain and spinal injuries, as well as mental health and chronic pain disorders.’  

Jacqui Hayat, Partner who was mentioned as a ‘Clinical Negligence Specialist’ commented: “The Legal 500 mention is a very well-received accolade for my achievements but as always the real reward is helping those who have suffered an injury and need compensation to try and help them to get on with their lives.” 

“I have pursued clinical negligence cases now for victims of negligence for nearly 30 years. Every case is different, and I try to achieve the very best result for my client. Whilst compensation cannot really put clients back into the position that they were before the negligence it is invaluable to those seriously injured."

"The hope is always that pursuing these cases may also prevent the same incident happening again to someone else. I continue to enjoy working at Taylor Rose MW with a dedicated, professional and talented team.” 

Sharon Bell, Partner and Head of Estate and Trust Disputes specialises in Contentious Probate matters. She has  been distingusihed in The Legal 500 for the second year running and has been recognised for her ‘specialist expertise advising not-for-profits and clients involved in Court of Protection matters.’

With Mark Stubberfield, Head of Private Client & Notary Public wished : “a huge congratulations to Sharon and her contested probate team for their Tier 3 entry in the Legal 500. This is a testament to her hard work over the past few years building up her team and her great rapport with colleagues and clients alike. She has some fantastic reviews from clients which no doubt helped her with the entry.” 

“This is not an easy achievement as it involves a lot of work with the application process and gathering a number of testimonials from clients and professionals.” 

CEO, Adrian Jaggard commented: “Congratulations to all those listed in The Legal 500 2022 Edition. This is fantastic recognition, not only for the firm but for those listed demonstrating how the clients are at the heart of everything we do and the dedication that we have to deliver brilliant service.”

For more information about our Legal 500 Leading Firm 2022 ranking, click here.


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