Job Title:

Managing Director

About Me:

Christine Sands is Managing Director of Jordans solicitors.

Having joined the firm in 2001 she became a Partner in 2007 and Managing Partner in 2018.

Head of the Personal Injury Department from 2008; in 2010 she established our Professional Negligence Department and in 2013 took on the role of Head of Abuse Department.

Deputy Managing Partner since 2009, Christine has been involved in management of the business whilst coordinating a number of group actions and supporting her teams of expert lawyers.

As Managing Director of Jordans solicitors, Christine has passed on her Headships to focus on the day to day management of the company whilst retaining a strategic interest in a number of client groups. She is the firms Compliance Officer for Legal Practice.

Born in South Yorkshire, Christine balances an active family life with her work commitments . She enjoys travelling with her family and relaxing with a good book.

What Can I Do For You?

As an accredited Senior Litigator of the Association of Personal Injury Panel and Member of Law Society Personal Injury Panel Christine has over 20 years experience of all aspects of Injury work. Christine co-ordinates work on two of the UK's largest Child Abuse Group Litigation Actions involving allegations of physical and sexual abuse at St Williams Children's Home and Medomsley Detention Centre. Christine represented one of the first group of ex-Miners who claimed lost awards for their Vibration White Finger from the law firm who managed their original claim for VWF compensation.

Why come to us?

Our dedicated team have successfully represented large and smaller group actions as Lead Solicitors as well as handling complex individual cases. Because of the sensitive nature of child abuse claims, it is vital to use a firm with a dedicated child abuse team to handle your case in order to secure the best possible compensation outcome.

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