Sintons delighted to continue support of UKABIF


Law firm Sintons has confirmed its sponsorship of a major national conference on brain injuries for a second consecutive year.

Sintons’ nationally-recognised specialist neurotrauma team has again pledged its support for the UKABIF (UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum) annual conference.

The event, which will be held in London in November, is a key date in the calendar for professionals working in the field of brain injury and neurorehabilitation and attracts a high level of interest for its ability to tackle topical and hard-hitting subjects.

While speakers and the agenda have yet to be announced for 2019, last year’s conference heard from Chris Bryant MP, chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Acquired Brain Injury, and tackled subjects including brain injuries among women in custody, children in education and sportsmen.

Sintons is one of a small number of nationally-known sponsors who lend their backing to the event. The Sintons neurotrauma team has built a reputation as a leader in its field, acting for people across the UK with brain and other life-changing injuries in the most significant and complex of cases.

John Davis, neurotrauma consultant at Sintons and one of the UK’s leading serious injury lawyers, said: “We are very pleased to confirm that we are involved in this major event for a second year, which again confirms the national reputation of Sintons as a leader in the field of brain injury and other serious injury work, in recognition of our legal expertise and outstanding service we offer to clients”.

“Last year’s conference was superb and truly agenda-setting, and we look forward to working alongside UKABIF again on this year’s event.”


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