Personal injury team praised for legal excellence and client service
The team, which was again confirmed as a leading advisor in the North of England by Legal 500, wins further endorsement from Chambers, which also names Sintons as a go-to advisor particularly for serious and life-changing injury matters.
Chambers praised the team’s “considered and knowledgeable approach to clients with complex and individual needs” and hails its lawyers as being “very approachable, easy to communicate with, and supportive”.
John Davis, one of the UK’s leading serious injury lawyers, is again confirmed as a top-rated specialist in brain and spinal injury cases, with Chambers hailing him as “exceptional” with an “excellent level of specialist knowledge”. It quotes one testimonial which cites: “He has an enormous amount of experience and knowledge. Frankly, he is second to none”.
Phil Davison, head of the personal injury department and a highly-respected serious injury lawyer, is again named as a leading lawyer in this field and is praised for his commitment to “really going the extra mile for his clients”.
Kate Nicklin, an associate and neurotrauma specialist, wins further recognition as an Associate to Watch. Chambers hails her as being “very proficient….very experienced in brain injury mandates, very approachable and develops great relationships with clients”.
John, Phil and Kate won similar recognition for their legal excellence and commitment to clients in Legal 500.
Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Our personal injury team is known across the UK for the outstanding standards of legal advice and client service it offers, and to again have that confirmed independently by Chambers 2020 – so soon after the similar findings of Legal 500 – is very pleasing indeed.
“We are increasingly being instructed on a national basis in recognition of the expertise and capability we have here, particularly in life-changing injury and neurotrauma claims, and we are delighted to again be confirmed as a leader in this specialist field of work.”