Our Professional Accreditations
The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has been fighting for the rights of injured people for 20 years. A not-for-profit campaign organisation, APIL’s 4,700 member lawyers (mainly solicitors, barristers and legal executives) are dedicated to changing the law, protecting and enhancing access to justice, and improving the services provided for victims of personal injury. Over the years APIL has grown to become the leading, most respected organisation in this field, constantly working to promote and develop expertise in the practise of personal injury law, for the benefit of injured people.
MASS is a national association of solicitors representing the victims of road traffic accidents. The society is non-profit making and all our members are experts in road accident and personal injury claims. MASS has been lobbying the Government for over 20 years to ensure and protect the rights of the accident victim.
Lexcel is the practice management standard developed and accredited by the Law Society of England & Wales.
The Lexcel Standard is a quality accreditation developed specifically for the Legal Sector, which is only awarded to those firms and in-house legal departments who meet the highest management and customer care standards.
Sheldon Davidson Solicitors are a member of Headway which is a national charity that exists to help and support people affected by brain injury.
David and I and all our family would like to thank you for your continued support, patience and hard work. The past 5 years have been an extremely difficult time for us, and your advice and empathy has really helped us along the way. We are so grateful to you because David can now move onto his next chapter. Many Thanks.
You have done an outstanding job in dealing with my claim and treated both myself and my wife in a totally professional manner
I would like to thank you so much for all the hard work that you put into my case which was complex and challenging. You were always professional, polite, and efficient but also had that human touch which was most welcome, especially when having to discuss personal medical information.