South Manchester based CFG Law have expanded their legal team at their Cheadle Royal head quarters.
CFG Law have welcomed 9 new members to their team including solicitor Sarah Ouko, senior associate Polly Herbert and new associate solicitor Hywel Thomas.
CFG Law provide early and bespoke treatment and rehabilitation for seriously injured clients at the earliest possible opportunity. As a firm, they believe it is important to recruit individuals with similar values, who will truly make a difference in helping clients to receive access to the help and support they need following a serious injury.
Sarah has experience dealing with a wide range of catastrophic and serious injury claims, helping clients and giving them the support and expertise they need to bring a successful claim.
Polly joined the firm from Slater and Gordon, bringing a wealth of experience dealing with serious life changing injuries. She has settled many multi-million pound cases and advocates early rehabilitation to help clients on to the road to recovery.
Hywel brings extensive experience obtaining damages for clients who have suffered psychiatric injuries as a result of childhood abuse. He also has expertise in dealing with Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority claims involving high value head injury cases.
Alastair Fernie, Managing Director of CFG Law, comments: “I am delighted to welcome our new colleagues, adding further strength in depth to the expertise we have here at CFG Law. I am looking forward to working with them to help provide clients with all round support.”
The legal team are also supported by the arrival of 4 new Paralegals: Amber Spencer, Daniel Robinson, Peter Bowen-Walker and Fiona Rayner, alongside Legal Apprentice, Lewis Robinson. Additional assistance is also being provided with the recruitment of HR Manager, Helen Riley.
CFG Law are specialist serious injury solicitors who have built a reputation based on putting the needs and wellbeing of their clients at the heart of everything they do.
Pictured L to R: Amber Spencer, Sarah Ouko, Peter Bowen-Walker, Daniel Robinson, Fiona Rayner, Helen Riley, Hywel Thomas, Lewis Robinson