Siobhan Tench

Senior Litigation Executive
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Siobhan Tench is a Senior Litigation Executive in the Occupiers and Public Liability department at Express Solicitors, having joined the firm in June 2018.

When asked what she likes best about her role, Siobhan commented “As I deal with a broad range of claims my day is never the same. It’s very satisfying securing a good settlement for someone who has been significantly injured. I like having a difficult or complicated case which I am able to untangle and eventually settle. It is very satisfying settling a case which other firms have rejected!”

“I have dealt with all types of personal injury claims however I currently specialise in Occupiers and Public Liability claims which covers all types of claims, pretty much everything except Road Traffic Accidents and Employers Liability claims. I deal with claims on the highway, product liability, school incidents, cosmetic claims. Pretty much a bit of everything!”

Siobhan also went on to say, “I feel my experience in having dealt with all types of claims gives me a different perspective when dealing with my currently cases. “

Siobhan has over 16 years of experience of working in a law firm. She began her law career as the office junior at a high street firm and quickly worked her way up undertaking a number of roles during her 8 years with that firm.  She attended college whilst working and is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives. Siobhan has over 10 years of experience in running personal injury claims.

Siobhan was born and bred in Manchester and currently lives in Didsbury.

She enjoys many hobbies including yoga, riding her bike and travelling. She has been all over the world from Australia to Austria. Siobhan spent 3 months in America, starting in Chicago and travelling along Route 66 to Santa Monica in LA visiting over 11 states.

Siobhan spends most weekends watching football and has a season ticket for her beloved Manchester City.

Siobhan’s favourite quote –

“I’d rather be a rebel than a slave” – Emmeline Pankhurst