Balfour+Manson welcomes associate as Aberdeen office marks 11th birthday
Balfour+Manson has welcomed Beth Saddler to its personal injury team as it celebrates eleven years of operations in Aberdeen.
Ms Saddler is joining the firm as an associate and will be working out of the Albyn Place office in Aberdeen, opened in 2004 and headed up by Julie Clark-Spence.
The personal injury team deals with claims ranging from complex and high value matters both in the UK and overseas, accidents offshore, road traffic accidents and aviation disasters.
Ms Clark-Spence said: “The breadth and depth of experience Beth brings to the business compliments our team perfectly.
“Our focus is on continuing to grow the business in strength, depth and quality to continue to offer the personal service we are known for.”
A drinks reception at Albyn Place marked the company’s 11-year milestone.
The Aberdeen team enjoyed an evening of entertainment, refreshment and canapés with others from the local legal and business community.
Elaine Motion, Balfour+Manson chairman, welcomed guests before Professor David Lessels delivered a speech on his time at the University of Aberdeen.