RoadPeace has announced today that serious injury specialist Birchall Blackburn Law will be joining the RoadPeace Legal Panel. The panel aims to help and support people bereaved or seriously injured in a road collision by enabling them access high quality legal advice and justice, including fair compensation. The partnership will also see Birchall Blackburn campaign with us for improvements in the justice system relating to road traffic collisions.
The team at Birchall Blackburn Law have over 100 years of experience representing clients that have suffered major trauma due to road traffic collisions, as well as supporting bereaved families at inquests and through life-altering circumstances. Their work focuses on accessing rehabilitation quickly to help clients recover their quality of life and to support families in bringing justice for the victims.
Quentin Underhill, Partner and Head of Serious and Catastrophic Injury at Birchall Blackburn Law, said: “As a firm that’s ethos is rooted in recovery, rehabilitation and compassion, we are extremely proud to be offered a place on the RoadPeace legal panel.”
“Our team is a strong supporter of the work that RoadPeace does and we believe this partnership will open many doors for those suffering after their involvement with a road traffic collision”.
CEO of RoadPeace, Nick Simmons, adds: “Being able to work closely with legal specialists is an important way that we can continue to offer victims of road collisions the very best support.”
“With many years of experience helping people after road traffic collisions, I have no doubt that working with Birchall Blackburn Law will benefit the lives of many throughout the country during what can be the most difficult time of their lives.”
The announcement comes shortly after our annual remembrance campaign, National Road Victim Month, continued to honour those that have lost their lives in road collisions, as well as raising awareness of making our roads safer.
Birchall Blackburn Law has offices across the whole of the North West: Manchester, Preston, Morecambe, Southport, Chester, Chorley and Leyland and employs over 310 staff across a broad range of legal services.
Updated on: 5 September 2018