Triton Global, a commercial claims organisation, has made a number of new promotions, including three new partners.
Joanne Staphnill, Grant Walker, Steve Oates, will all be partners of Robin Simon (soon to be known as Triton Legal). Kevin Salt will be a regional director of Triton Adjusting (formerly known as Walsh PI).
Salt, based in the Leeds office, is a chartered civil engineer and loss adjuster with consulting experience. He is a professional indemnity specialist with a particular interest in the building and civil engineering sectors.
Staphnill, based in the London office, specialises in professional negligence defence work, particularly in respect of solicitors, insurance brokers and medical professionals.
Walker, based in the Leeds office, specialises in defending negligence claims against professionals, and the majority of his work is for solicitors, architects and engineers.
Oates, based in the Birmingham office, specialises in defending negligence claims against professionals, with a particular focus on claims against solicitors, construction professionals and insurance intermediaries.
David Simon, chairman, Triton Global, said: “Triton Global Ltd is an ABS rather than a partnership. The title of ‘partner’ continues to be used in the legal practice as a well-understood shorthand for individuals with the calibre and skills to provide outstanding legal services as well as to form part of the leadership of the business. These promotions are an opportunity for us to pay tribute to the talent, diligence and loyalty of Kevin, Joanne, Grant and Steve, who collectively have worked for Triton Global (and its predecessor companies Walsh PI and Robin Simon LLP) for over 37 years!.”
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