CFG Law recruit new staffAugust 13th, 2015
We are pleased to announce we have recruited an additional 8 new members of staff since January 2015. The firm continues to go from strength to strength, despite the difficult market, and look forward to further growth later this year.
There’s a real mix of new staff members, ranging from Associate Solicitors specialising in serious injury law, as well as new roles created in the marketing and finance departments to further grow the firm.
Serious Injury Solicitor Sabrina McCarron has joined us from Irwin Mitchell. She has extensive experience in handling complex serious injuries claims having represented clients in many high profile cases including victims of the Salford gas explosion and the Crytosporidium outbreak in Wales. Sabrina will also be involved in the firm’s business development and is keen to build links with medical professionals who support our ethos of putting our clients first.
Also joining the team at CFG Law is Associate Serious Injury Solicitor Mark Ellis. Mark joins us from SGI Legal in Liverpool. He has worked in the field of personal injury since 2002, representing seriously injured clients since 2009. With a particular interest in traumatic brain injury, including new investigative options for diagnosing brain injury in cases of “subtle” traumatic brain injury, as well as chronic pain cases, Mark is keen to build further links with medical professionals who offer expert assessment and treatment for his clients.
The legal team has been furthered strengthened by the addition of three paralegals Sarah Williams, a Law graduate from Aberystwyth University, who completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, Chester; Sheyma Alwail, who has a Degree in International Law from the University of Hull and who completed her Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School, Manchester; and Victoria McClean, a Law graduate for The University of Salford. She has also completed her Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, Manchester.
To assist with the plans for growth, the firm has also welcomed Sarah Hampson, who joins the Marketing and Business Development Team, Elaine Jones who will be supporting the serious injury team as a secretary and Nicky O’Loughlin who joins the Finance department.
The firm has ambitious plans for growth and is excited to welcome the new staff members who add considerably to the current expertise in the business.
CFG Law’s Managing Director Alastair Fernie said,
“CFG Law is building on the success of Freeclaim Solicitors and I am thrilled by the way our new brand is taking shape. The people behind CFG Law are central to its success – each individual member of staff embraces the ethos of putting the needs and wellbeing of our clients at the heart of everything we do. Therefore it is important that we recruit the right people, with the right talents for our firm. We have made some great new additions to our team here and I am confident that the firm will continue to grow even stronger because of this.”