Neil Hudgell Law appoints Brett Dennis as its new Marketing Manager

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Neil Hudgell Law has appointed Brett Dennis as its new Marketing Manager to help achieve the business’s plans for expansion. Neil Hudgell Law, which has offices in Hull and Leeds, is aiming for organic growth and wants to buy other law firms and case-loads. It specialises in claims for personal injury, medical accident and professional negligence. Brett, who’s from Barnsley, has a background in marketing law firms and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

Neil Hudgell Law are no win, no fee solicitors specialising in claims for personal injury, medical accident and professional negligence.

Brett Dennis, the new Marketing Manager at Neil Hudgell Law.

“It’s great to be part of the drive to build the business. The focus will be on building our brand and generating new leads by communicating the high level of expertise at Neil Hudgell Law, the care we take of our clients and the results we get for them."

Neil Hudgell Law has appointed Brett Dennis as its new Marketing Manager to help achieve the business’s plans for expansion.

Neil Hudgell Law, which has offices in Hull and Leeds, is aiming for organic growth and wants to buy other law firms and case-loads. It specialises in claims for personal injury, medical accident and professional negligence.

Brett, who’s from Barnsley, has a background in marketing law firms and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. Brett joins business strategist Tony Webster, also a new recruit to Neil Hudgell Law, who recently became Business Development Manager.

Brett said: “It’s great to be part of the drive to build the business and take it forward. The focus will be on building our brand and generating new leads by communicating the high level of expertise at Neil Hudgell Law, the care we take of our clients and the results we get for them.”

“It’s an exciting time to be working in the legal sector. With so many changes happening in the profession, marketing, communications and branding are vital.”

In October, the way legal services in England and Wales are provided is to alter with the introduction of Alternative Business Structures– ABS. This means that ownership of legal service providers, currently restricted to lawyers, will be opened up to anyone deemed “fit or proper”. This could be an insurance company or a supermarket which is why the changes have been dubbed “Tesco Law”. In addition, the impact of measures being implemented following the Jackson report on Civil Litigation Costs is still being assessed across sector.

Neil Hudgell, Managing Director of Neil Hudgell Law, said: “I am delighted that Brett has come on board and will be able to use his energy, skills and experience to promote our services to a wider audience and take our business to the next level.”

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