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Andrew OConnell

Director, Liverpool

Andrew is a Director in the Motor team in Liverpool. He is responsible for the day to day service delivery to some of DWF's motor clients. His role covers areas including: quality; compliance; MI; client training/coaching needs; strategy; audit; implementation of best practice.
Andrew O'Connell


Andrew is a member of the Motor Managers Group.

Andrew also leads a team dealing with volume motor claims.

Andrew has involvement in HR issues, people development, recruitment, financial performance, auditing and quality issues within the team.

Andrew was previously a Director in the Counter Fraud team and was the location leader responsible for the day to day management of the team.

Andrew was a member of the national counter fraud management team.

Andrew has been defending injury claims for insurance companies for almost 20 years. He has experience in motor, fraud, catastrophic and large loss injury work for insurers.

Andrew joined DWF in 2004 and has undertaken many secondments to insurers over the years. He has a good insight into how insurers handle claims.

Andrew is a trustee on the board of the DWF Charitable Foundation, and is regularly involved with the recruitment of new trainees to DWF.

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