Dan Crockford appointed as Head of Office for Ince (Bristol)
Dan joined Ince in July 2021 from Keoghs to start Bristol's only marine insurance team.
Since starting at Ince his role has evolved to also develop a wider insurance offering in Bristol.
Dan has significant experience in the insurance market and is regularly recognised in both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners directories.
Commenting, Dan said:
“It was an honour first of all to become a Partner last year of such an historic firm, but to now be leading Ince's practice in Bristol is a real privilege.
The Ince team in Bristol are such great people to work with and I am excited for the future and our plans to be the leading commercial firm in the region.
If any colleagues, contacts or clients wish to discuss Ince's plans in Bristol, then do not hesitate to get in contact. My door is always open”.
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