As one of the original Trusted Legal Partners in the North East & Yorkshire since 2020, we are delighted that the SIA, a leading spinal charity, have confirmed that CFG Law will continue to be their Trusted Legal Partner across this region, and will expand the partnership into a new region in the South West.
We work alongside their Support Coordinators in each region, Andy Wharton and Gareth Jones, ensuring spinal cord injured people and their families have access to the help, support and advice they need, when they need it. Andy and Gareth both have experience of living with a spinal cord injury and provide all round support and insight into life after injury. As part of this service, people can receive free, confidential legal advice about making a compensation claim for their spinal cord injury.
Richard Clark, CEO at CFG Law, commented: “It’s great to see how our partnership with the SIA has strengthened over the years and to see what a difference we have made to spinal cord injured people across the North East & Yorkshire. We’re excited to expand this support to another area in the South West, enabling us to help even more people affected by spinal cord injury - together.".
Carol Barraclough – Support Network manager (South) for the SIA:
“I’m delighted we’ve confirmed our new Trusted Legal Partners in the South-West, and look forward to working closely with the team at CFG Law to provide support to spinal cord injured people across the region. CFG have been long standing supporters of the SIA and bring a wealth of experience in addition to sharing the SIA’s own purpose of providing a fulfilled life for everyone affected by spinal cord injury.”
Emily Kalwak – Partner, CFG Law
“All of us at CFG are proud to have been given the opportunity to extend our existing trusted legal partnership with the SIA into the South-West of England. We are excited to work with Gareth, Damian, Carol and the team to deliver more than just legal support through our award-winning client first service. and fulfilling our purpose of helping all those affected by injury – together”