Podcasts for Personal Injury

Head injuries in sport

Solicitor Rachael Jobson from the neurotrauma team at Sintons recently recorded a podcast version of her recent article, where she discusses 'head injuries in sport.'


The Rehabilitation Code

In episode one of our podcast series from the neurotrauma team at Sintons, head of personal injury Mark Quigley discusses the Rehabilitation Code.


How is a personal injury claim funded?

In episode three of our 'Understanding Personal Injury Compensation Claims with Phil Davison' podcast series, Phil discusses 'how is a personal injury claim funded?'


How do I start a personal injury claim?

In episode two of our 'Understanding Personal Injury Compensation Claims with Phil Davison' podcast series, Phil discusses 'how do I start a personal injury claim?'


What is a personal injury claim?

In episode one of our 'Understanding Personal Injury Compensation Claims with Phil Davison' podcast series, Phil discusses 'what is a personal injury claim?


Mince Pie Morning – December 2020

To celebrate Headway Mince Pie Morning 2020, Sarah Askew from the Neurotrauma team at Sintons and Dr Kate Heward, specialist neurorehabilitation occupational therapist and director at Rehabilitate Therapy talk over a cup of tea and a mince pie about some of the amazing work that Headway does and what Headway means to its service users across the UK.


Road Safety Week – Podcast Two

In support of Brake and Road Safety Week 2020 which is being held this week (16th to the 22nd of November), we have recorded two podcasts where we discuss the vulnerable road user - the cyclist. Our speakers include Phil Davison, Head of the General Personal Injury Department at Sintons, David Pritchard, Head of Marketing at Sintons and special guest speaker Craig Goff-Cooper who is the owner of Ride Electric. For those of you who don’t know, Ride Electric is a North East based specialist company bringing the phenomenon of the electric bike directly to the market.


Road Safety Week – Podcast One

In support of Brake and Road Safety Week 2020 which is being held this week (16th to the 22nd of November), we have recorded two podcasts where we discuss the vulnerable road user - the cyclist. Our speakers include Phil Davison, Head of the General Personal Injury Department at Sintons, David Pritchard, Head of Marketing at Sintons and special guest speaker Craig Goff-Cooper who is the owner of Ride Electric. For those of you who don’t know, Ride Electric is a North East based specialist company bringing the phenomenon of the electric bike directly to the market.


Brake road safety week

Client support executive Jami Blythe from the Neuro Trauma department at Sintons recorded a podcast with Katie Shepherd of Brake concentrating on Road Safety Week.


The role of the Family Liaison Officer

Client support executive Jami Blythe from the Neuro Trauma department at Sintons recorded a podcast with her colleague Deborah Busby, Head of Media Relations concentrating on the role of the Family Liaison Officer.


The role of the Fire Fighter

Client support executive Jami Blythe from the Neuro Trauma department at Sintons recorded a podcast with Ian Stewart of the Tyne & Wear Fire and Rescue Service concentrating on the role of the Fire Fighter.


The role of the Specialist Trauma Paramedic

Client support executive Jami Blythe from the Neuro Trauma department at Sintons recorded a podcast with Gary Shaw of the North East Ambulance Service concentrating on the role of the Specialist Trauma Paramedic.


The role of a Force Operations Manager

Client support executive Jami Blythe from the Neuro Trauma department at Sintons recorded a podcast with Chief Inspector Phil McConville concentrating on the role of a Force Operations Manager.



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