It's Official - A second office is set to open in the heart of Manchester
We are excited to announce that we are set to open a second office in the heart of Manchester as we look to meet the growing demand for our innovative services.
We have taken 1422 sq ft in the Origin building, with fit-out work due to begin immediately. We will start trading from our second office in Spring Gardens, off King Street, from August this year as part of ambitious expansion plans.
The new office comes as we also continue with an extensive recruitment drive to meet the rising demand for our legal services, which also aim to help families and those around the injured person as well as working in partnership with health, social care and other organisations.
Eight solicitors and paralegals have already joined the business this year and our aim is to recruit more in both Cheadle and Manchester by the end of the financial year in November to meet increasing new business.
Richard Clark, Chief Executive of CFG Law, said:
“It’s already been a very good year for us and we’re excited to be moving into the heart of Manchester as we move forward with our expansion plans.
“We believe this second office will enable us to support the increasing number of injured people and their families who are coming to us for help and also grow our profile and reputation in Manchester and the North West even more."
“It will also help us attract more new people who want to work for a strong, growing business which prides itself on being different and working much more closely with clients to support them.”
We help victims of serious injury to rebuild their lives and access essential rehabilitation and treatment, including funding treatment in advance of any settlement to enable clients to access medical help as soon as possible.
We are catastrophic and serious injury solicitors who provide legal advice together with financial, physical and emotional support.
When serious injury turns your world upside down, we pull together with you and your family to get your lives back on track.