Hudgell Solicitors’ most recent television campaign has been nominated for a Royal Television Society Award.
Produced by Classlane Media, the advert is on the shortlist in the Multi-Platform Production category and features Neil Hudgell Solicitors’ clients who speak about their experience of using the firm to settle their compensation claims.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors specialises in claims for personal injury and medical negligence and serves the UK from offices in Hull and Leeds. This year the firm is celebrating its 15th anniversary.
Neil Hudgell, Managing Director of Neil Hudgell Solicitors, said: “We are delighted that our TV ad has been nominated for a Royal Television Society award.
“Particular thanks should go to the clients who took part voluntarily in the advert and shared their experience of the high level of expertise and service they received when we handled their claim for medical negligence or personal injury.”
Producers of the advert, Yorkshire-based Classlane Media are also nominated for four other awards at this year’s Royal Television Society. This is the fifth year running that Classlane Media has been nominated by the Royal Television Society.
Dave Beasley, Managing Director at Classlane Media Limited, said: “The awards recognise the “Best” in media production and I am proud that we have been nominated in so many categories. The team has worked exceptionally hard and it’s great that our unique approach to production, talent and artistic creativity are recognised in an event such as this.”
The Royal Television Society stated that this year the standard of entries had been exceptionally high and has given the judging panel a challenging job. The Awards recognise and celebrate high quality television and digital media production and the excellence of production and technical crews.
The Annual Programme Awards Dinner 2012, which is attended by a star studded cast of TV personalities of stage and screen, is to be held on Monday 11th June, 2012 and will be presented by Steve Huison who has appeared on The Full Monty and Coronation Street.