Neil Frankland > Mills & Reeve LLP > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Mills & Reeve LLP
78-84 COLMORE ROW
BIRMINGHAM
B3 2AB
England

Work Department

Insurance (professional indemnity).

Position

Neil has a wide experience of acting for insurers, both in the company market and at Lloyds, in professional indemnity claims. His areas of specialism are insurance brokers and construction professionals (from main D and B contractors through to a wide range of associated consultants). Recent instructions involve complex high profile claims of significant value (in excess of £10m) relating to both brokers and also main contractors. Neil also has extensive experience in presenting on risk management in these sectors and providing added value service to clients, both professional and insurer. He has developed around him a team that is a ‘go to’ point of reference for brokers on all aspects of their profession and has worked with both sectors at driving professional standards and minimising risk.

Career

Trained FitzHugh Gates; qualified 1997; partner Mills & Reeve 2007 to present.

Memberships

The Chartered Insurance Institute; Society of Construction Law.

Education

University of Central Lancashire (1994 LLB (Hons) Law). College of Law, Chester.

Lawyer Rankings

West Midlands > Insurance > Professional negligence

The first-rate practice at Mills & Reeve LLP deals with a broad range of claims and coverage disputes. Angus Turner  plays a pivotal role in the department, excelling in his advice on solicitors’ negligence claims. Neil Frankland  focuses on construction and brokers’ negligence claims. David Gooding  concentrates on defending accountants and solicitors’ negligence claims and advising insurers on coverage issues. Lucy Howard leads on professional indemnity claims arising from probate-related matters and regularly acts for insurers and their insured firms.