Sintons joins Headway panel


Sintons has become one of only a handful of North East law firms to gain accreditation to a panel of approved solicitors of a national brain injury charity.

Newcastle based Sintons has been included in the approved solicitors directory by Headway, a charity which works to improve life for people who have sustained brain injuries, as well as helping to support their families and carers.

The personal injury team at Sintons has secured many settlements for people who have suffered brain injuries, and have had to adapt their lives, often significantly as a result.

In recognition of its commitment to its clients and the manner in which it deals with such situations, Headway has included Sintons in its directory of approved solicitors.

Mark Quigley, Partner and head of the Personal Injury department, said: “We are very pleased to be included in the solicitor’s directory of such an important charity, which does so much to improve and support the lives of people who have suffered such trauma.

“The expertise of the personal injury team here means that we are able to offer an unrivalled legal service, together with a very personal and individual approach, to ensure that we secure the best possible outcome for those involved.

We are very grateful Headway has recognised this with such an endorsement.”


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