Sintons named Personal Injury Team of the Year at Northern Law Awards 2022
The awards, held last night, acknowledge excellence across legal practice in the North of England, and specialists at Sintons were singled out for their outstanding work in personal injury.
The team – which also includes Sintons’ renowned Neurotrauma department – is known nationally for its work, particularly its expertise in serious injury claims, including brain and spinal cord injury cases.
Sintons is regularly acknowledged by both Legal 500 and Chambers as a leader in its field in personal injury, combining first-rate legal capability with service excellence to create an unrivalled offer to clients.
The team’s outstanding client service is particularly highly regarded, with Sintons being by the sides of clients and their families from the earliest traumatic days post-injury, helping them to rebuild their lives and achieve the best possible outcome for them and their circumstances.
The Northern Law Awards 2022, the first since pre-pandemic – when Sintons also won recognition in a number of key areas of practice in the firm – come as further independent recognition of the performance of the capability of law firms, in addition to Legal 500 and Chambers.
Mark Quigley, head of personal injury at Sintons, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be named Personal Injury Team of the Year 2022.
“The reputation we have for our work has been built over many years, and is based on the tireless efforts our team make for each and every client – to again be independently recognised for the legal and service excellence we deliver is fantastic.
“We are absolutely committed to our clients and are regularly appointed in highly complex, high value cases – particularly in life-changing injury matters – from throughout the UK, and are appointed in the knowledge that we will fight hard to secure the best possible packages of rehabilitation and support.
“This recognition from the Northern Law Awards 2022 is hugely-deserved endorsement of the work done by our whole team, and I am very proud to be part of the Personal Injury Team of the Year.”