Sukwinder Ark

Assistant Solicitor
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Sukwinder Ark is a Solicitor in the Road Traffic Accident department at Express Solicitors, having joined the firm in January 2017.

Sukwinder qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and has dedicated her career to claimant personal injury work ever since. Prior to this however Sukwinder originally studied for a BA in Social Science at Manchester Polytechnic and worked as a local government officer for a number of years helping and advising homeowners and private tenants about their housing rights.

When asked what she enjoys most about her role at Express Solicitors, Sukwinder replied: “I enjoy the day-to-day relationships with clients, seeing through case from start to finish. I have always wanted to help people, working as a solicitor allows me to help find practical solutions to my client’s problems.”

“During my successful career I have been able to help individuals and families rebuild their lives by ensuring they receive treatment and compensation they deserve and are entitle to.”

Before joining Express solicitors, Sukwinder trained with Fentons Solicitors and was promoted to Associate Solicitor in 2006, playing a key role within the Personal Injury department.

In Sukwinder’s previous role she assisted Partners on a number of six figure claims involving brain and spinal cord injuries as well as dealing a varied and mixed caseload of other personal injury claims. Some of her previous most noticeable cases consisted of the following successes;

“£450,000 for a widow and her 3 children following the tragic death of her husband in a road traffic accident.”

“£120,000 for a construction worker suffering a back injury at work.”

“£55,000 for a mother after witnesses the death of her daughter in a road traffic accident.”

Sukwinder currently resides in South Manchester on the border of Chorlton-Cum-Hardy.

When outside of work Sukwinder enjoys travelling and practicing yoga.

Sukwinder’s favourite quote derives from Nelson Mandlea: “As long as poverty, injustice and gross inequality persist in our world, none of us can truly rest.”