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24 November 2021 | Firm News | Article by Cari Sowden-Taylor

Award win for Hugh James’ catastrophic injury team at PI Awards 2021


Cari Sowden-Taylor and Ciaran McCabe holding the Catastrophic Injury Team of the Year award at the Claims Media Personal Injury Awards 2021

Hugh James’ Neurolaw team was named Catastrophic Injury Team of the Year at the Claims Media Personal Injury Awards 2021, which took place last night in Leeds.

Specialising in brain and spinal injury claims, the team represent those who have suffered a traumatic brain/head injury or spinal injuries.

Judges’ commentary from the awards says:

“The winning team is a seasoned, quality outfit whose cases demonstrate just how good they are. Crucially, they are a team of strong individuals who know how to get the best from one another to deliver positive results for clients.”

The Personal Injury Awards provides a unique opportunity to highlight and celebrate the excellence of individuals and organisations across the personal injury sector. The awards encompass all professionals and key service providers working in this field.

Partner in the team, Cari Sowden-Taylor said:

“It’s a privilege to receive the award of Catastrophic Injury Team of the Year at the PI Awards 2021. Our Neurolaw Team is passionate about helping people who have suffered life changing injuries to rebuild their lives and to receive this award on behalf of the team, especially amongst such strong competition, is a real honour. I’m so proud of our team for achieving such a wonderful award.”

Ciaran McCabe, Partner, said:

“Hugh James is delighted and honoured to be awarded the Catastrophic Injury Team of the year award . It’s a testament to all the hard work the team have put in across many years in helping those who have suffered life changing injuries.”


To find out more about our team and the work they do, visit our dedicated page.

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Representing claimants with traumatic brain injuries and spinal injuries, Cari Sowden-Taylor liaises with her clients and their case managers, treating clinicians, expert witnesses and support teams to ensure that the best possible outcome (both in terms of compensation and rehabilitation) is reached for her clients. Cari is passionate about ensuring that her clients access specialist rehabilitation as early as possible in order to achieve the best recovery.

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