Press Release

Fenchurch Law boosts insurance disputes team with double hire

18 August 2022
By Michael Hayes

Fenchurch Law, the UK’s leading firm working exclusively for policyholders and brokers on complex insurance disputes, has announced the expansion of its team with two new appointments to its Leeds office; Catrin Wyn Williams and Chloe Vine.

Catrin Wyn Williams joins as an Associate Solicitor, bringing with her experience of representing insurers in a variety of areas includingProperty Damage and Professional Indemnity. Catrin was previously a solicitor at BLM, and experience of working in house at Hiscox

Chloe Vine joins as a Trainee Solicitor from a nationwide insurance broker, where she was the Group Claims Technical Manager. Chloe has experience handling all aspects of insurance claims, including taking the lead in relation to coverage disputes.

The new appointments will bolster the business’ team in Leeds, which was set up to support  the insurance broking community in the North of England, and their policyholders.

Daniel Robin, Senior Associate and Head of Leeds Office commented:

“In a short space of time we have built the leading policyholder practice in the North of England, providing the same high quality specialist services as our colleagues in our City office. Catrin and Chloe come from different professional backgrounds, but both bring with them an excellent combination of insurance and legal knowledge that will be invaluable in our mission to level the playing field for policyholders.”

Catrin Wyn Williams added:

“Fenchurch Law impressed me from the outset; not only for their commitment to assisting policyholders in challenging coverage disputes, but also for their progressive and unique values.  For me, this set Fenchurch Law apart from other law firms.”

Chloe Vine concluded:I was attracted to Fenchurch Law for their policyholder-focused approach. Having worked for insurance brokers’ previously, this company mission really resonated with my own ambition to better equip policyholders in disputes with insurers.”