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Fosters Solicitors Announce Merger With Personal Injury Firm ComerCrawley

Well known local law firm Fosters Solicitors, have announced the completion of a merger with Diss based Personal Injury firm, comercrawley.

Taking effect from 1st May 2017, the merger will see Fosters extend the expertise of their Personal Injury department, enabling them to enhance their offering to clients.

Ian Comer and Emma Crawley both previously worked for Fosters before setting up their specialist personal injury practice, comercrawley, in 1999. Ian was a partner with Fosters for many years and has maintained close contact with his former colleagues.

Steve Green, Head of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence at Fosters said: “I am delighted to welcome Ian Comer and I am very pleased that he has chosen to bring his wealth of knowledge to Fosters where he was instrumental in establishing a successful Personal Injury Department before founding Comer Crawley.

Ian’s experience and skills in dealing with the most serious and multi-trauma injury claims will further compliment and enhance Fosters Personal Injury Department allowing us to offer a complete “one stop service” from the most moderate to the most severe injury claims”.

Ian Comer echoed this commenting:

“It was the right time and the right firm for us to join forces with. I have the highest regard for what Fosters have achieved and they will be able to provide our clients with a full range of legal services”.

He added “our best source of new business has been previous and existing client recommendations and we are looking forward to this continuing as we join Fosters”.

‘Fosters Personal Injury incorporating comercrawley’ will be based at Fosters Solicitors head office in Norwich however the growing department sees clients throughout East Anglia and is regularly instructed by clients from across the UK.

This article was produced on the 28th April 2017 by our Personal Injury & Group Actions team for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.