Reinsurance News

Fenchurch announces new additions to its insurance disputes team

19th December 2022 - Author: Kassandra Jimenez-Sanchez

Fenchurch Law, the UK legal firm focused on insurance coverage disputes, has announced it is expanding its London team with three new additions to its coverage disputes team.

The team was set up to help level the playing field between policyholders and their insurers, when coverage disputes arise.

Michael Robin is joining the firm as Partner, Grace Williams and Dru Corfield both join as Associate Solicitors.

David Pryce, Managing Partner at Fenchurch Law commented: “The demand for policyholder-focused insurance disputes specialists is growing all the time. We intend to continue investing in our team in order to continue to help policyholders challenge their insurers on a level playing field, when they feel their insurance claims have been incorrectly turned down, and Michael, Grace, and Dru are exciting additions to our market leading team”.

Robin brings with him over 25 years’ experience in handling complex claims across the international insurance market. He was previously a partner at global legal services firm DWF, where he was Partner in the Professional Liability and Commercial Insurance Disputes team.

Tremor - The modern way to place reinsurance

Williams joins from New Zealand law firm Robertsons, where she specialised in insurance litigation. She began her career at law firm Russel McVeagh as an Associate, after achieving a Bachelor of Laws with Honours First Class/Bachelor of Science (Genetics) from Otago University, New Zealand.

Corfield joins Fenchurch Law from Elborne Mitchell LLP, where he was a Trainee Solicitor. Dru graduated from McGill University, Montreal, Canada with a degree in History and Political Science, before achieving a distinction in his LPC at BPP, Holborn.

He commented: I was attracted to Fenchurch Law because of the size, purpose and direction of the business. Despite being a fairly young firm, it has quickly established a very strong reputation within the insurance market for first-rate protection of policyholders’ interests.”

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Recent Reinsurance News