Specialist Personal Injury Solicitor, Aidan Lloyd, has been upgraded to the Association of Personal Injury (APIL) ‘senior litigator’ status.
APIL is a not-for-profit organisation that helps find representation for injured people which campaigns to improve access to justice and the services offered to within the sector and the APIL accreditation provides a quality mark of competence and specialist expertise for solicitors and counsel dealing with personal injury claims.
Speaking of his accreditation, Aidan, who is an Associate in the Specialist PI Departmentat Hugh James, said:
“I am very pleased to have become accredited as a Senior Litigator of APIL. APIL’s aims have always been to give a voice to injured people through its accredited members and member firms. Achieving this level of accreditation reflects on the results Hugh James have achieved for injured people and the quality of the work we continue to do. Nothing can fully restore the life of a seriously injured individual but the satisfaction in acting for them and fighting their corner to achieve the best possible outcome is why we are in this field of work.”
Aidan joins a growing number of lawyers at Hugh James who have achieved this level of accreditation status from APIL, including Mark Harvey who was appointed as an APIL Senior fellow last year – one of only 11 in the country.
We’re currently working with APIL on its #RebuildingShatteredLives campaign which features the story of one of our clients whose life was turned upside down when they were involved in a life-changing road traffic collision.
APIL created ‘Rebuilding Shattered Lives’ to try to refocus attention on the real situation: that too many people suffer needless injuries; that these injuries are preventable; and that the people who suffer them must be able to have access to the support they need to rebuild their lives.
Our specialist lawyers are sharing why the campaign is so important to them to help shake off the stigma and misinformation surrounding PI claims. Read more here.
To find out more about APIL here.