Sintons gains reaccreditation to national brain injury charity Headway
Newcastle-based Sintons is one of only a handful of North East firms to appear in Headway’s approved solicitors’ directory, and has now had its annual accreditation renewed for the fourth consecutive year.
Headway – a charity which works to improve the lives of people who have sustained brain injuries – awards the accreditation in recognition of law firms’ commitment to their clients and the outstanding service it offers them at a difficult time in their lives.
Sintons is a highly-regarded name regionally and nationally in acting for people with brain and other life-changing injuries, and its team was recently rated highly in both the Legal 500 and Chambers 2018 rankings.
The team – hailed as being “outstanding and unmatched in the region” and “first class” by Legal 500 and Chambers respectively – has recently been strengthened further by the appointment of consultant John Davis, one of the UK’s leading lawyers in the field of life-changing injuries.
Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “We are very pleased to have again secured accreditation from Headway, a charity which does hugely important work to support people with brain injuries. As a firm that works with many people whose lives have been affected by brain and other life-changing injuries, we are very aware of the vital role that Headway plays.
“To be accredited for a fourth consecutive year is very important to us, and reflects the outstanding legal advice we offer alongside the deeply personal service we give to each client. Our vision as a firm is to set the standard for legal excellence, and in doing so to become the law firm of choice for individuals, businesses and organisations, and accreditations like this one from Headway really help us articulate the great strides we are making towards achieving that.”