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Welsh lawyer, Pauline Roberts (Hugh James), has been elected to join the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) executive committee.

APIL is the national not-for-profit campaign group committed to injured people.

Pauline, a lawyer in Hugh James’ Personal Injury Team, said:

“I look forward to campaigning for change, to improve safety standards to prevent needless injuries. I intend to actively contribute to making improvements in personal injury law to prevent injustices and to improve the route to redress for the benefit of victims of accidents.”

APIL comprises up of 3,500 members who are dedicated to improving the law for people who have been made ill or injured through no fault of their own, helping them receive the justice they need to put their lives back on track.

The association’s 30th Anniversary Annual Conference takes place at the Celtic Manor each May but the celebratory event has been rescheduled to the 19-20 November 2020, at the same venue.

Pauline (pictured) joined Hugh James in May 2014. She has over 28 years’ experience of multi-party litigation relating to medical devices, implants and pharmaceuticals.

She has also acted on behalf of claimants in all aspects of health care claims. Representing adults, children and claimants without capacity.  Handling claims of moderate value up to claims involving multi-million pound damages.

Emma Waddingham

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Editor, Legal News

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