Amy Cassell

Senior Associate Solicitor
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Amy Cassell is a Senior Associate Solicitor at Express Solicitors having joined the firm in March 2012. She works in the RTA department alongside Partner Kimberley Kirkby dealing with a wide range of Road Traffic Accident cases, including collisions, accidents involving cyclists and accidents involving pedestrians.  Amy also has expertise in Employment Liability claims having worked in that Department until transferring to the RTA department.

Amy states that the best part of her job is working with junior fee earners to help them develop their knowledge and provide the best client care possible. Amy also prides herself on ensuring she takes the time to listen to each individual client  and therefore providing excellent client care.

Before Amy joined Express Solicitors she undertook 5 years of hard study. In doing so, Amy gained a Legal & Business degree from Liverpool University, followed by completing her GDL at the Chester College of Law, before finally studying for an LPC at Manchester College of Law in 2010.

Read Amy’s blogs

Employers Liability claims portal explained

Access to Justice


Amy is somewhat of a fitness fanatic spending most of her spare time toning up in the gym. She completes three spinning classes per week, as well as an abs blast, circuit training and body combat! To help her through her intense workouts Amy often has in mind a quote by the late Audrey Hepburn: “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible!”  But the fitness doesn’t stop there! Amy also enjoys swimming three times a week and when she was younger she used to swim for her home town – Glossop! When Amy stopped swimming competitively, she worked as a lifeguard and swimming teacher before going to university.

Another passion of Amy’s is the horse racing. When she was younger she used to attend a number of point to point races, but now she much prefers to go to Aintree or Chester as it means she has an opportunity to get dressed up! Every year Amy goes to the Grand National at Aintree as well as the mid-summer and finale at Chester.