Rhiannon Daniel, Senior Associate

  • 01722 426923
  • 07879 448 632
  • Team:Personal Injury
  • Office:Salisbury

Rhiannon is a Senior Associate in the personal injury team. Rhiannon joined the firm after graduating from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth with a first class honours degree and then passed the Legal Practice Course with Distinction at the College of Law Chester. Rhiannon joined the firm in November 2009 and completed her training contract in 2011. She made Associate in October 2014 and Senior Associate in May 2016. In 2016 she was accepted by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) as an approved litigator.

Rhiannon handles a wide variety of personal injury but particularly catastrophic injury cases including brain injury, spinal injury, amputee cases and Claimants suffering multiple fractures. She has particular experience of dealing with accidents at work, serious road traffic accidents and clinical negligence claims.

Rhiannon is recommended by Legal 500 as a ‘star in the making’.

What clients say

“Thank you for all of your support and help over the past few years. We could not have managed without expert advice and careful and considerable attention to detail. You always kept us in touch with what was happening. We appreciated your patience and understanding”

“You were committed to ensuring maximum compensation for me but you were also committed to working to ensure that I got the best rehabilitation possible”.

“I am glad that I had you on my side. I could not have done this without you. You fought for me at every step”.

Examples of how Rhiannon has helped clients include

  • Rhiannon acted for an individual who sustained serious orthopedic injuries which resulted in an amputation of his leg due to an accident at work. Liability was initially denied but the claim was successfully concluded in excess of £4million.
  • Rhiannon successfully concluded a claim for a client who sustained spinal injuries as a result of a failed operation. Court proceedings were commenced but the case was eventually settled without the need to go to trial. The client successfully recovered in excess of £1million in damages for his injuries and financial losses.
  • Rhiannon acted for a client who sustained a brain injury in a road traffic accident. The case was progressed and a trial of independent living commenced to identify his long terms needs. The case was eventually settled once all of the appropriate evidence had been obtained.
  • Rhiannon acted for a client who had been involved in road traffic accident and sustained serious orthopedic injuries. Rhiannon obtained interim payments to facilitate his treatment and enable his return to work.

Case study

Mr H was a Sergeant in the Royal Artillery. Whilst undertaking a training exercise in 2012, he sustained injuries to his knee which resulted in him eventually requiring an above knee amputation. Initially, liability for Mr H's claim was denied. However, the claim progressed through the court progress and before being determined at a trial liability was admitted. The case subsequently continued with reports being obtained to assess Mr H's equipment, accommodation and care needs and his claim was eventually resolved in March 2017. The case settled in excess of £4 million.

Mr H said “Rhiannon Daniel and her team worked tirelessly in gathering all the required reports and documents to help me in my situation, even though at times I thought there would be no resolve I was measured by all that it was the right thing to do, I’m glad I listened. Now, thanks to the hard work that Rhiannon and her team put in, I can now get surgery on my leg, which is not currently available within the UK, and after a successful operation and rehabilitation, it will help improve my quality of life and having two young children to chase after, it should put in a good place to try and keep up!"

Away from the office...

Rhiannon enjoys travel and likes to spend most of her holiday abroad visiting new countries. She has had the opportunity to visit various countries including United States of America, New Zealand, Japan and Australia.

Rhiannon is also a keen Welsh rugby supporter.