Director and Head of the Personal Injury & Medical Negligence Team, John Knight has been appointed new Senior Director for Ringrose Law, as former Senior Director Paul Cooper retires from the Firm.
Paul and fellow Director Christine Pickwell retired from the firm at the end of April, but both Paul and Christine will be continuing to work for the firm in their respective areas of law.
John joined the firm in 2003 and soon became Director and in due course Head of the Personal Injury and Medical Negligence Teams. The firms Personal Injury & Medical Negligence teams are some of the largest in the County. John is highly regarded in the profession and is one of the most respected Clinical Negligence Solicitors in the County.
As well as his existing management roles, John acts for clients with complex and serious injuries, alongside taking a very active Trustee role with the Charity Headway Lincolnshire, supporting survivors of Brain Injury. John has worked closely with the charity Headway for over 3 years now.
Commenting on his new appointment, John said;
“I would like to add my personal thanks and those of the rest of the Directors to both Paul and Christine for the tremendous amount of service they have given to Ringrose Law over the years. Their contribution to the success of the firm has been invaluable.
I am honoured to be taking on this role of Senior Director. I am committed to ensuring that our mission of exceeding our client’s expectations wherever possible is delivered. We have an exceptional team of which I am extremely proud.
The firm is currently facing one of the most challenging times it has ever faced. Our role now is to adapt and change to the current climate to ensure we can still continue to deliver first class legal services whilst protecting our staff and clients.”
Ringrose Law is one for the largest law firms across the County of Lincolnshire and Newark. With six offices and over 150 staff the firm continues to offer a range of services to individuals and businesses across the region.
Whilst the offices currently remained closed, staff continue to work from home and can act for new and existing clients.