Vicky has extensive experience handling complex, high-value injury claims. She has a track record of securing high levels of compensation for her clients, winning six and seven figure settlements. She takes the time to truly understand the needs of her client, paying attention to detail and supporting their individual requirements. She promotes early treatment and rehabilitation for her clients and understands the importance of gaining an early assessment.
Our trusted partners
Why choose us
Our priority is to meet your individual needs, whatever they may be. Clients always come first.
We’ll come and visit you and your loved ones, whether it’s at home, in hospital or another convenient place. It’s important that we get to know you, understand your needs and give you the support you need.
What make us different? It’s the other support we offer: things that you wouldn’t expect from a firm of solicitors. Our service is provided on a no-win, no-fee basis, so there’s no financial risk when making a claim. And we don’t take any success fee or shortfalls, meaning you keep 100% of your compensation.
Through specialist legal advice, together with financial, physical and emotional support, we’ll be on your side from day one. Our aim is to help your whole family and secure the best outcomes for your recovery. This is how we support you and go the extra miles:
- We work with fewer clients than is typical in the legal sector, giving us more time for you and your family
- We’re proactive and work intensively, so you get full compensation with no unnecessary delays
- An emergency fund to help plug any gaps in your support right away
- Help with benefits applications and support with appeal processes
- Signposting to charities and other emergency funds
- Client support managers with expert clinical experience will be part of your team from the start
- We’ll give well-informed guidance about treatment and support, and liaise with the treatment team about discharge options
- We can arrange and facilitate care packages and source aids and equipment
- We’ll listen carefully to you and your family to see what emotional needs need addressing, and make sure they’re part of your support plan
When initially speaking to CFG Law, Tom was suffering from anxiety and low mood due to a lack of mental health support. He was also feeling isolated while finding it difficult to keep in touch with family and friends – many of whom lived a long way from his treatment centre.
Having spoken to Tom to understand the difficulties he was facing, we were keen to support him in any way we could.
Find out how we helped Tom stay in touch with his family – and how we sourced and funded private specialist therapy and a neuropsychologist to visit him on the ward.
Ben sustained a spinal cord injury after he was involved in a motorbike collision in 2017.
Find out how we helped Ben access the support needed to achieve his best possible outcome.
Meet the team
Jonathan has extensive experience helping people after serious and catastrophic injuries and is particularly passionate about supporting those affected by spinal cord injury. He ‘s been a tetraplegic and a wheelchair user for over 30 years following his injury in 1988 when aged 14, he dived into the shallow end of a swimming pool. Because of his background, Jonathan has a close interest in spinal cord injury cases and is a strong advocate for those living with a disability.
David is one of our partners, with a wealth of experience helping people with all aspects of court of protection, lasting powers of attorney and personal injury trusts. David has helped hundreds of people and their families who have lost capacity, either through injury or illness or old age, to manage their property and financial affairs as a professional deputy.
Caroline joined the team in 2021 and is a highly experienced senior nurse. Her role is to assess the needs of our clients who have sustained life-changing injuries and coordinate support services for them and their families. This includes liaising with NHS staff, social services, housing departments, local authorities, etc to ensure all-round support is in place.
David has a wealth of experience helping people with all aspects of court of protection, lasting powers of attorney and personal injury trusts. He has helped hundreds of people and their families who have lost capacity, either through injury or illness or old age, to manage their property and financial affairs as a professional deputy.
Katie joined the team in 2021, specialising in supporting people after life-changing injuries. She has extensive experience of dealing with accidents involving motorbikes including the inevitable complex liability arguments.
Rachael is a senior associate solicitor with over 20 years’ experience supporting people with life-changing injuries caused through injury or medical negligence.