The Sudden website is supported by kind funding from Birchall Blackburn Law. Birchall Blackburn Law is a long established firm of solicitors, and have seven offices in Chester, Chorley, Leyland, Manchester, Morecambe, Preston and Southport. Although based in the North-West of England, Birchall Blackburn Law operate nationally, representing clients through England and Wales.
Birchall Blackburn Law have gained nine Law Society accreditations, holding a quality mark in Conveyancing, Insolvency, Family Law, Children Law and Commercial Litigation. Legal professionals in Birchall Blackburn’s Serious Injury Department are APIL accredited, and also hold membership of a number of organisations including Headway, the Spinal Injuries Association, UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum and BASIC Brain and Spinal Injury Centre. Birchall Blackburn are members of the Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme, which provides a best practice quality mark for Wills and estate administration advice.
On announcing the sponsorship of the Sudden website, Dianne Yates, Partner and Head of Serious and Catastrophic Injury for Birchall Blackburn Law, said:
“Brake’s Sudden website is a logical extension of its expertise and services, and we have no doubt that it is a vital resource for professionals and the public in cases of sudden death.
We regularly see the impact of a sudden and unexpected death of a loved-one on family and friends. Although the experience is different for each person left behind, the consequences are always devastating. People are left feeling isolated, lost and traumatised. Life-long support is vital to help them cope.”
Further information about Birchall Blackburn Law, and the services they are able to provide, can be found on their website at: www.birchallblackburn.co.uk