Personal injury solicitors named among best in the region

The lawyers at CFG Law who are named in this year’s Legal 500 rankings

A number of individuals at CFG Law are named in this year’s Legal 500 rankings - Credit: CFG Law

With offices in Suffolk and across the UK, CFG Law is well-represented in the 2022 Legal 500 rankings, which independently rank law firms and lawyers in specific regions around the world.   

CFG Law are specialists in helping people affected by brain and spinal injuries, amputations, orthopaedic injuries and bereavement compensation claims. The firm provides legal advice for injured people and their families, together with financial, physical and emotional support from day one – and tries to get the best outcomes in terms of compensation, recovery, wellbeing and independence. 

In 2021, CFG opened its latest office in Fornham All Saints, Suffolk and was joined by a highly-respected team led by partner Hannah Clarke, listed in the Legal 500 Hall of Fame. 

Hannah works with senior associate Siobhan Thacker, named as a rising star, as well as associate chartered legal executive Tim Gleave, solicitor Sarah Barrett, and colleagues Diane Hilton and Lisa Patterson, all based in Fornham. 

The company has two specialist client support managers based in East Anglia, with Caroline Trinder and Gillian Webber working hand-in-hand with the legal team to ensure support is put in place for all injured people and their families as soon as possible.

CFG Law is also a Tier 2 firm in the Legal 500 in the North West, with national head of serious and catastrophic injury Polly Herbert listed as a leading individual, head of court of protection David Hilton highly recommended and a number of other members of the team listed as rising stars. 

CFG’s award-winning service is designed to meet the individual needs of everyone it supports – whatever those needs may be, whenever they may arise.

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The firm operates on a no win, no fee basis, with no success fees, and gives clients access to its emergency fund, which can provide vital support even before interim payments are received.

Because it works with fewer clients than is typical, CFG can dedicate more time to supporting injured people and families, working intensively and proactively to secure full compensation without unnecessary delays. Its dedicated client support managers have backgrounds in health and social care, ensuring they can assess clients’ needs immediately and provide faster access to support.

The specialist court of protection and power of attorney team can also give advice and guidance about applying to the Court of Protection and act as a professional deputy, easing the strain of managing a family member’s financial affairs.