Fletchers Solicitors are proud to announce that they have become corporate partners at Stockport Cerebral Palsy Socity.
The charity provide expert support for more than 700 adults and children across the North West who live with physical and learning disabilities that include autistic spectrum conditions.
One of the charity’s main focus points is Cerebral Palsy, a muscular condition affecting around one in every 400 people in the UK.
Stockport CP have been supporting those with Cerebral Palsy (CP) and a range of other physical and learning conditions for over 66 years.
Repanos, trustee of Stockport CP and Medical Negligence Serious Injury
Solicitor at Fletchers Solicitors is delighted that the charity continues to offer great support for individuals based in the Stockport and Greater Manchester region.
“I have been a trustee of Stockport CP for over 10 years and it is a huge privilege to be a small part of an organisation, which delivers such an excellent service.
“Through my work as a solicitor acting for individuals with complex disabilities, I fully appreciate that Stockport CP do incredible work with people with a range of disabilities.”
Peter Rigby, Head of Medical Negligence Serious Injury Team at Fletchers, believes an alliance between Stockport CP and Fletchers is something to celebrate. He said:
“I am extremely proud of our relationship with Stockport CP.
“They are a fantastic charity who do great work to support children, young people and adults suffering with Cerebral Palsy and associated disabilities.
It is really important to all of us at Fletchers that we are able to provide this support.
“Through the types of cases that we deal with, we see first-hand how vital a resource like Stockport CP can be for individuals and families.”
Fletchers Solicitors have a long and successful history legally representing a number of individuals with complex conditions and take pride in representing individuals from all walks of life. Sarah Thomas, CEO at Stockport CP said.
“Having the support of Fletchers this year means we will be able to continue to grow and develop our relationship for the benefit of our service users.
“As an organisation, we are continuing to work through our three year Business plan entering into its second year in April, which will bring about a number of significant changes for the Society and I’m delighted that Fletchers will be supporting us with this and our continuing journey delivering services for people with complex disabilities.”