Sintons joins SIA’s Business Membership Scheme
Sintons has become part of the Business Membership Scheme, run by the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA), which brings together specialists from across the country to give the best possible support to injured people and their families.
The law firm has a long association with the SIA, and has become part of its new scheme through its longstanding commitment to delivering the highest standards of legal and client service, which sees it regularly appointed to handle complex, high-value cases throughout the UK.
The Business Membership Scheme has been created by the SIA to achieve the vision of achieving a ‘fulfilled life for everyone affected by spinal cord injury’.
By establishing a community of specialists across the UK, the SIA hopes to create a more coordinated, accessible and inclusive offering for those who need it, helping to create lasting positive change for the spinal injury community.
Through its membership, Sintons has also pledged a financial commitment to the SIA to help fund its vital work, as well as helping to raise awareness of its work.
“We recognise that to achieve this for all injured people and their families – in all their diversity – a more coordinated, accessible and inclusive community is needed. One that gives everyone affected by spinal cord injury a louder voice and better access to the expertise they need in all areas of their lives,” said the SIA.
Andrew McGowan, Head of Neurotrauma at Sintons, is himself a longstanding supporter of the SIA and has fundraised on their behalf, including through his participation in the Ride London 100.
“The SIA does fantastic work on behalf of those with spinal cord injuries. Having worked with people with spinal injuries and their families for many years, I have seen first-hand the difference support from the SIA can make to their lives,” he said.
“At Sintons, we have enjoyed a strong and longstanding relationship with the SIA, and through becoming a Business Member, we can continue to actively support them. We’re delighted to be on board with this much-needed initiative.”