Neurotrauma team expand through new appointment


The nationally-renowned Neurotrauma team at Sintons is continuing to strengthen its team through the latest new appointment.

Richard McLellan joins Sintons as a specialist in employers’ and public liability personal injury claims, both at pre-litigation and litigated stages.

Having worked in litigation for over 10 years, his experience also includes working in an international law firm.

Richard joins Sintons’ growing Neurotrauma department at a key time in its ongoing development, with instructions continuing to come from across the country and its reputation on a national level increasing.

It again won strong praise from both Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners 2023 for its commitment to delivering both legal and client service excellence, with both independent publications naming Sintons as one of the leading names in the North of England.

“Sintons is a very well known and respected name in Neurotrauma work and I am delighted to join. I look forward to working with the team to support even more claimants in securing the settlements they deserve to help them move on with their lives,” says Richard.

Andrew McGowan, head of Neurotrauma, says: “We are very pleased to welcome Richard to the team, a seasoned professional in supporting clients through their claim and in working hard to achieve the best possible outcome.

“Sintons’ ethos is about delivering the highest possible standards in legal and client service excellence, and we are very proud of the reputation we have earned on a national basis. We have a first-rate, committed team who fight hard for their clients to achieve the very best packages of compensation and rehabilitation for their unique circumstances.

“We look forward to working with Richard to continue to build our presence and reputation nationally.”


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