Rhiannon Daniel

Senior Associate

Rhiannon is a Senior Associate in the personal injury team. Rhiannon joined the firm after graduating from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth with a first class honours degree and then passed the Legal Practice Course with Distinction at the College of Law Chester. Rhiannon joined the firm in November 2009 and completed her training contract in 2011. In 2016 she was accepted by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) as an approved litigator.

Rhiannon’s work includes handling cases on behalf of Claimants who have suffered injuries as a result of an accident. These cases include road traffic accidents, fatal claims, employers liability claims and public liability claims.

Rhiannon also assists a Partner in the team dealing with catastrophic cases including head, spinal and paralysis injuries and clinical negligence claims which include claims of maximum severity including cerebral palsy and complications arising from surgical procedures.

Examples of how Rhiannon helped clients include:

  • Rhiannon works closely with a nominated Partner in the Personal Injury Team to progress larger value matters to a successful outcome.
  • Rhiannon has achieved favourable settlements for clients on her own cases.
  • Rhiannon is a point of contact for new and existing clients.

Away from the office...

Rhiannon enjoys travel and likes to spend most of her holiday abroad visiting new countries. She has had the opportunity to visit various countries including United States of America, New Zealand, Japan and Australia.

Rhiannon is also a keen Welsh rugby supporter.

Rhiannon Daniel
Contact details:
T: 01722 426923 (DDI)
Mobile: 07879 448 632
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