DAS LawAssist expands sales team

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27 March 2014


In response to continued business growth, DAS LawAssist has announced the recruitment of two new Solicitor Account Managers to join its existing ATE sales team.

Andrew Williams joins DAS LawAssist as National Solicitor Account Manager with responsibility for the management and development of Commercial ATE business.

Andrew has a wealth of experience in the legal sector and joins DAS LawAssist from Minster Law Solicitors where he held an Account Management position managing several of Minster’s key business partner relationships.

Gino Rosolek joins DAS LawAssist as Solicitor Account Manager with responsibility for the South and South East, primarily focusing on Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence business. Gino has a number of years’ experience within insurance sales and account management and joins DAS LawAssist from Simplyhealth where he held a Sales Executive position responsible for large corporate sales.

Both Andrew and Gino will report to Richard Whale, ATE Sales Manager. Commenting on the growth of his team Richard said:

I am delighted to see this kind of positive growth following what has been a turbulent year for ATE. This goes some way to demonstrate the continued need for ATE insurance particularly in the growing commercial sector. The expansion will allow us to better service and grow our solicitor partner relationships across the UK’.



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