February 5, 2024

RWK Goodman strengthens International Injury team with new Partner appointment

Posted in Injury

Maud Lepez joins RWK Goodman as a Partner specialising in international injury claims, based in the London office.

Maud is a dual qualified lawyer specialising in cross-border personal injury litigation including ski and snowboard accidents, road traffics accidents abroad and aggravation claims under French law. She is a Solicitor of England & Wales and French Avocate so can assists clients both in England and in France. Maud joins RWK Goodman from Pierre Thomas Law where she spent 13 years developing the Claimant practice.

Maud has a distinguished track record in helping clients reach settlements for travel and holiday injury claims, serious and catastrophic injuries, and winter sports injuries – including those that involve the brain and/or spine.

At RWK Goodman she will continue to work with British victims of an accident abroad, as well as French and foreign victims of an accident in England.

Maud comments:
“I am thrilled to be joining multiservice firm RWK Goodman. Bringing my expertise in cross-border litigation and private international law, I aspire to develop their international personal injury offering and add a new string to their French desk.

“Dedicated to victims of accidents, my role is to ensure they get the best possible compensation for their injuries and losses, and to help them navigate the legal system. Cross-border cases have an added layer of complexity, with proceedings and negotiation sometimes conducted in another country and language. Conveying the information in an intelligible and worry-free way to my client is what I enjoy the most in my work.”

Richard Brooks, injury partner at RWK Goodman comments:
“Maud joining is a delightful addition to our team. Her expertise in cross-border personal injury litigation and her commitment to securing the best possible compensation for clients make her an invaluable asset. With Maud on board, our international personal injury team just got stronger. Together, we’ll continue to champion the rights of accident victims, ensuring they navigate the complexities of the domestic and European legal systems with ease and confidence.”

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