One of South Wales’ leading law firms has made a key appointment to further strengthen its well-established clinical negligence department.

Newport-based solicitors HardingEvans has appointed Danielle Howell as an assistant solicitor to handle cases relating to all forms of medical negligence.

27-year-old Danielle from Newport, studied law at Swansea University before progressing onto the LPC (Legal Practice Course) at Cardiff Law School.

Danielle’s experience includes working on high-end clinical negligence cases including litigated matters in her previous role at another firm of Solicitors in Cardiff, where she spent two years.

She said: “I am very excited to be joining HardingEvans’ very well-respected clinical negligence department.

“I am looking forward to helping clients who have suffered due to medical negligence as well as developing my pre-existing skills and enhancing my knowledge of this field.

“HardingEvans is a dynamic firm with an excellent standing and I am looking forward to joining their specialist team.”

Ken Thomas, partner and head of clinical negligence at HardingEvans said: “We are very pleased to have Danielle on board. Our clinical negligence department has gone from strength-to-strength in recent years and the fact that we continue to attract appointments of Danielle’s calibre is testament to the excellent reputation that the firm has.”

HardingEvans is one of South Wales’ most progressive law firms, offering a full range of specialist legal services to businesses and individuals across the country.