Memberships and Charities
We're proud to be a part of the following charities, supporting them to raise money for great causes. We take part in a number of charity campaigns.
Simpson Millar are honoured to be a Corporate Supporter of Headway who are one of the UK’s leading brain injury charities and carries out valuable work on behalf of serious head injury victims.
Our entry in their Solicitors Directory underlines our commitment and expertise in helping people who have suffered brain injuries through no fault of their own.
Our listed Personal Injury Lawyers are experts and assist people with brain injuries across the UK.
Simpson Millar are proud sponsors of the Spinal Injuries Association who supports individuals touched by spinal cord injury. They work to enable people to live a fulfilled life after injury.
Our entry in their Solicitors Directory underlines our commitment and expertise in helping people who have suffered spinal injuries through no fault of their own.
We are proud to be a patron of the British Lung Foundation’s Mesothelioma patron scheme.
Our specialist Industrial Disease Solicitors have been providing advice, support and legal assistance year-after-year to hundreds of people across the country who are diagnosed with Mesothelioma - an aggressive form of cancer which affects the lining of the lungs and is caused by the inhalation of Asbestos.
The team works to gain access to vital care and compensation packages on behalf of their clients.
Simpson Millar’s ongoing commitment to the charity’s patron scheme will help to raise funds to support vital research to help improve the lives of those affected and to prevent future cases. To date, the law firm has raised £5,000 in support of the charity through fundraising initiatives and donations from its staff.
Cancer Research UK
We are delighted to have teamed up with Cancer Research UK, the world’s largest charity dedicated to saving lives through research.
Charities such as Cancer Research UK rely on the generosity of the public to enable them to continue with their life-saving work. Over a third of their vital research is funded by gifts in Wills, and they need this valuable support to fund more life-saving research.
We are currently running a Free Will Scheme on behalf of Cancer Research UK. There is no cost to you for using this scheme but the charity hopes that you will remember them in your Will.
Don't put it off - make a Will or amend your existing Will to ensure your loved ones are taken care of. For more information about the scheme, follow this link.
Formed in 1991, MASS is a non-profit society made up of Road Traffic Accident claims specialists and promotes best practice among Road Traffic Accident Solicitors.
We’re members of and work with MASS to improve our work and services for those involved in Road Traffic Accidents.
BiTC is a business-led charity that helps to engage businesses with tackling broader community issues, contributing to society and promoting a sustainable future.
It’s been running for over 30 years and currently has around 800 businesses on board; we’re very pleased to be one of them.
We are members of Will Aid - a charity Will-making scheme which raises funds for people in need in the UK and around the world.
The CBIT is the leading voluntary sector organisation providing emotional and practical support, information and learning opportunities for families and professionals affected by childhood acquired brain injury across the UK.
It has a dedicated team of professional staff and volunteers who give their expertise, commitment and energy every day.
Brake is a road safety charity working with communities and organisations across the UK to prevent road deaths and injuries, make streets and communities safer for everyone, and support people bereaved and seriously injured on roads.
AvMA is the UK charity for patient safety and justice. It provides free independent advice and support to people affected by medical accidents through its specialist helpline, written casework and inquest support services.
Armed Forces Covenant
You can read more about the Armed Forces Covenant and why we signed up to it here.