Rob has been at Weightmans for 25 years and was made a partner in 2002 and now works within our insurance sector focusing especially on composite insurers and their claims and advisory requirements.

He sat on the firm’s management board from 2013-2017 and was responsible for overseeing Weightmans' pre and post lit fast track claims solution across casualty, costs, disease, motor and fraud practice areas which deliver quality at a competitive price.

Rob sits on our innovation group and has worked to harness process and technology as a means to deliver practical solutions for clients in a changing world.

He works for insurers and their insureds, TPAs, public bodies and diverse commercial entities. He has a track record of developing and managing successful practice areas within Weightmans that deliver practical solutions and savings for clients.

Rob is also a member of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL).


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