Law firm retains approval from spinal injuries charity

Published on by Stuart Pearcey (author)

Doncaster legal firm Atherton Godfrey has retained its place on the Spinal Injuries Association’s list of approved personal injury solicitors.  

To be accepted on the list, legal practices must meet strict SIA criteria to demonstrate their ability to provide services according to individual needs.  

John McQuater, Head of Litigation at Atherton Godfrey, and a leading expert in the personal injury field, said: “It’s so important that people are able to confidently select a legal practice that will ensure their interests are central at all times and is committed to ensuring the best possible outcome.”  

According to the charity Aspire, each year in the UK there are around 1,200 people paralysed from a spinal cord injury - that’s one every eight hours. The vast majority of these are the result of falls, road traffic accidents or sporting injuries.

SIA is the leading national charity for spinal cord injured people and is unique in that it is user-led.