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Milestone for rental specialist


A Walsall-based vehicle rental specialist is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The business is Mobility Vehicle


Hire Ltd, of Birmingham Road, Walsall, which began life when founder Juggy Kudhail (pictured) heard about the difficulties a friend with a disabled child was having in sourcing suitable transportation. And so, Mobility Vehicle Hire was


launched in May 2009, with just one member of staff and three vehicles. Ten years later, the firm has


purpose-built offices, a team of 21 staff and a fleet of 145 specially adapted vehicles. While some of the fleet are


wheelchair accessible vehicles and adapted mobility cars, there also some very specialised vehicles, ranging from ice cream vans to horse boxes, and motor homes to tractors. As well as this, the company has


opened offices in London. Mr Kudhail said he was proud of this, and to have reached the ten-year milestone. He said: “We aspire to be market


leaders in the provision of short and long term specialist and


adapted vehicle rental provision across the UK. We have a large an exciting portfolio of standard and specialist vehicles to meet the needs of our customers. “Our team has over 30 years of


fleet management and daily rental experience combined, which helps us to provide an outstanding level of customer service at very competitive cost. “I am very proud to see that


myself and the team at MVH have achieved such a milestone and we look forward to building the business further. We are blessed to have achieved all that we have.”


On board: Michael Hoskins (right) and Josh Middleton


New faces at Freeths


Law firm Freeths has boosted its Birmingham-based dispute management team with the appointment of lawyers Michael Hoskins and Josh Middleton. The former joins from DAC Beachcroft, and is also a veteran of


Eversheds. He brings with him a breadth of knowledge and experience in large and complex commercial disputes. He said: “I am delighted to have joined Freeths at such an exciting


time and am very much looking forward to working with the team, our clients and intermediaries.” The other appointment sees former trainee solicitor Josh Middleton


gain his qualifications and join the Freeths professionals. He is currently advising clients across a wide-range of disputes, including complex professional negligence claims and product liability disputes. Richard Coates, partner and head of dispute management in


Birmingham, said: “We are delighted to welcome Michael and Josh to the department to enhance its already strong team of lawyers. They have joined at a time when the team and the firm continues to experience exceptional year on year growth.”


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