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Chris Turner recognised by Headway

Chris Turner

We are delighted to confirm that Chris Turner, our Associate and Deputy Head of Personal Injury, has been recognised as a brain injury specialist solicitor by Headway, the brain injury association.

Headway is the UK-wide charity that works to improve life after brain injury by providing vital support and information services.

Chris, alongside his colleague and Head of Personal Injury, Steve Green, has now been appointed to the charity’s prestigious solicitor’s panel – extending Fosters Solicitors representation and making us one of the few firms in East Anglia to achieve such recognition.

Steve Green and Chris Turner, brain injury claim specialists at Fosters Solicitors

Commenting on the news of his accreditation, Chris said: “I am really pleased to be recognised by Headway for my work on behalf of those who have suffered head injury. I look forward to achieving further success for all of my clients.”

Steve Green added: “I am very pleased to see Chris’ hard work and talents as an injury lawyer recognised by Headway. Chris is an exceptional lawyer, very well regarded by his clients and greatly respected by his colleagues.”

Head injury claim specialists

Here at Fosters Solicitors, we are vastly experienced in supporting clients who have suffered a life-changing brain injury as the result of an accident. This type of injury can be caused in many ways such as a blow to the head, or through negligence on the road, at work, or even as a result of an assault.

Brain injury claims require expert advice and guidance both to pursue a claim for compensation and to help you obtain rehabilitation and therapy at the earliest opportunity.

To find out more, please visit our website page here, or call us on 01603 620508, or complete the contact form below with your enquiry.

We offer a free of charge no obligation first meeting or chat, which we follow up with a full letter of advice. If you are in any doubt as to whether you have a claim, please do contact us, again completely without obligation.

We are also able to discuss how you can cover the cost of a claim, including through a ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement.

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    This article was produced on the 6th February 2024 by our Personal Injury & Group Actions team for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.