Enable Law bolsters its Personal Injury and Medical Negligence teams with experienced Partner appointment

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Enable Law, the specialist mental capacity, personal injury, and medical negligence law firm, is excited to announce the addition of Darren O’Sullivan as a Partner in its Personal Injury and Medical Negligence teams.

Darren joins from Novum Law where he oversees a dedicated team of personal injury and medical negligence lawyers. He has extensive experience in dealing with complex personal injury and medical negligence cases, particularly those involving brain injuries, amputations, and spinal cord injuries.

Based-on the Isle of Wight, Darren will join Enable Law in its Southampton office. Darren has advised on cases that are both intricate and high in value. His legal advice has-led to interim awards of compensation that help cover crucial care and rehabilitation expenses, along with specialised support and equipment aimed at enhancing recovery and quality of life.

“We are thrilled to welcome Darren to Enable Law,” commented Alison McClure, Partner at Enable Law. She continues: “His wealth of experience and collaborative approach when working with leading medical professionals will no doubt strengthen our existing teams. At Enable Law we pride ourselves on acting for the most vulnerable in our society and their families and with Darren’s addition to the team we reinforce our position as preeminent legal player in the field of personal injury and medical negligence.”

Darren O’Sullivan said: “Enable Law has gone from strength-to-strength over the past few years and it is an extremely exciting time to be joining its team of professional legal advisors as a Partner. Over the course of my career, I have advised on complex cases and time-and-time again ensured the right experts are assembled to address any clients’ unique needs. I am excited to continue to support and advise individuals and their families.”

Darren’s appointment as Partner is the fourth addition to the firm’s Partnership in the last year. Enable Law has welcomed specialist in special educational needs, Sarah Palmer in October, mental capacity expert Annabelle Vaughan in September and medical negligence focused Gillian Clark in April.

To find out more about Enable Law’s services please visit: https://www.enablelaw.com/