Sintons’ personal injury team praised by Legal 500 for being ‘outstanding and unmatched in the region’


The personal injury team at law firm Sintons has again been top-ranked by Legal 500, which hails it as being “outstanding and unmatched in the region”.

The team, which handles cases for clients from across the UK, attracted particular praise for its “diligent, client focused” approach and its willingness to “always go the extra mile” on their behalf.

Legal 500 also pointed to its ability to extend its strong footprint in its native Newcastle across the country, so its first-rate service is offered regionally and nationally.

Sintons’ personal injury team was also deemed to have two of the leading lawyers in the North – nationally-renowned neurotrauma expert John Davis, who joined the firm earlier this year; and Phil Davison, a well-known personal injury specialist and joint head of the personal injury department.

Legal 500 is widely regarded as the clients’ guide to the best law firms and top lawyers in the UK. Research is based on feedback from clients, submissions from law firms and interviews with leading lawyers and a team of researchers who have unrivalled experience in the market.

Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Our personal injury team is highly capable in terms of its legal ability, and hugely committed to putting our clients first at all times. We are very pleased this has been recognised by Legal 500, which again ranks us as being one of the leading personal injury specialists around.

“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 regionally and nationally. Our personal injury team is just one area of the firm where we are making great strides in achieving this.”


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