Jennifer Sore Associate

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“Jennifer Sore, who specialises in defending insurance claims, has wonderful analysis and negotiation skills. ”

The Legal 500 UK 2015
Jennifer is an Associate in the insurance practice sector, coming from an insurance background, acting for insurers, self-insured parties and local authorities. 

Main areas of practice 

Jennifer runs a varied case load dealing with all aspects of civil litigation including employers’ and public liability, highways claims, personal injury, property damage and road traffic collisions. She worked in the insurance industry for 10 years before moving into law and gives an in depth insight into the insurance market. 

Clients 

Jennifer acts primarily for Defendants, but does have a limited claimant based case load.

Significant experience 

  • Advising and assisting Local Authorities in the development of highways policies and procedures to bring about increased success in the ability to successfully defend claims.
  • Advising a nationwide construction company on the implementation of a programme for claims management.
  • Acting for a nationwide construction company on a multi action million pound mediation.
  • Successfully defending a civil action in the Court of Appeal.
  • Advising a major insurer on developing a process for handling diminution in value claims.
  • Acting for a major insurer in the defence of a million pound amputation claim.

“I have recommended using you as a firm (and an individual) who are (is) considerably better value and produces consistently better work.”

Cunningham Lindsey 2011

Expertise

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