Life after serious injury explored in family law event

Family law specialists at Sintons will assess the implications for survivors and their families after serious injury at an event to be held this month.

The seminar will feature Louise Masters, head of family law, who will assess what may lie ahead for families after life-changing injury to their loved one.

The event, the third seminar to be held in association with Parklane Plowden, will be held at the barristers’ Chambers in Leeds on Wednesday, October 12.

It will also be live streamed to Sintons’ office in Newcastle, to enable audiences in both the North East and West Yorkshire to participate in the event.

The seminar series has addressed a number of topics affecting professionals working with and supporting people with serious injury, and has welcomed attendees from across the North.

“Life after serious injury can often never be the same again, and the implications this can have for whole families can be enormous,” says Louise.

“There are a raft of considerations professionals must be mindful of, and families need to be supported in considering how to act now and also plan for their futures.

“In this seminar, we will address some of these key concerns, and enable our colleagues from across the sector to be as prepared as possible in dealing with these often very difficult situations of supporting the wider family.”

The event will be held at 19 Westgate, Leeds, LS1 2RD on October 12. It will begin at 6pm and last for around one hour. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Bookings can be made here or by contacting or 0191 226 7907.

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