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Stokes Case Management is delighted to share the news that it has welcomed an influx of experienced and popular case managers into its family and have expanded the Stokes operations team to enhance its support for clients, legal professionals and deputies across the UK.

While the focus has always been to expand the team organically, Stokes identified some new roles within its operations team and has been able to welcome three new members of the operations team, who are based in Sussex (when not working remotely), along with eight new case managers and two case manager assistants.

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Six of the new Case Managers join Stokes from Brain Injury Services (BIS) – a company that Rhiannon Stokes, our Managing Director, had been supporting for the majority of 2020 as a Clinical Lead. Brain Injury Services has now closed and those who joined Stokes have focused on supporting their clients through the transition.

New case managers

Stokes Case Management is pleased to welcome:

  • Julie Fox, Case Manager & Registered Case Manager for England
  • Lin Cronin, Case Manager
  • Chris Dinar, Case Manager
  • Julie Van Biene, Case Manager
  • Stuart Sargent, Case Manager
  • Jordanna Newbury, Case Manager Assistant
  • Sarah Sweeney, Case Manager Assistant

We also welcome Kate Lewis, a highly experienced Case Manager and Clinical Supervisor who is looking forward to supporting our team of national case managers and CMAs with mentorship and training support as well as supporting clients.

Case managers Sheryl Harling joined Stokes us a few months ago alongside Rachelle Gadd and Sue Young.

The expanded operations team

Jenny Mitchell, is the new Director of Business and Operations while Natasha Pain, has joined as HR Manager. Jessica Gega, is Stokes’ new Governance Support Officer and Joanna Ali has now joined the Board of Directors and is the Clinical Director at Stokes Case Management.

Rhiannon Stokes, Managing Director of Stokes Case Management said:

“We’ve added some fantastic, targeted support for our Case Managers through our expanded operations team which has also been well received by the litigators and deputies we work with. it’s also

been great to expand into the South East of England and look forward to opening the office doors to professionals and clients when it’s safe to do so!

“Our multi-award winning team has now expanded in both case management capacity and operational support but we’re still focused on dong this organically – to grow our team where it adds value to our clients and legal professionals. That’s why we’re so pleased to welcome our new case managers who all bring with them a shared passion for a fresh and highly creative approach to case management, and a ‘can-do’ attitude to further our support for individuals with brain, spinal and complex injuries, across the UK.”

We’ve created a handy guide for litigators and deputies to use when searching for specific specialisms, experience and useful skills for clients, across England and Wales. The guide is broken down into geographical regions to help you spot the right support, quickly, for your clients.

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