Davis Blank Furniss – the Manchester & Glossop based law firm – has become a recommended supplier of legal services to members of Cleveland Police Federation.
The Davis Blank Furniss team will be offering support to member officers in various areas including; Family, Dispute Resolution, Wills, Trust & Probate, Personal Injury and Property Law as well as a Traded Endowment Policy service. The firm is also providing members of the Federation, which covers the Hartlepool, Stockton, Middlesborough, Redcar and Guisborough areas, with a discount on its standard fees.
Cleveland Police Federation is a branch of the Police Federation of England and Wales, which is the representative body to which every Police officer below the rank of Superintendent belongs. It was established by the Police Act 1919 to provide the Police with a means of bringing their views on welfare and efficiency to the notice of the government and the Police authorities.
Kate Oldfield, managing partner of Davis Blank Furniss, commented; “We are delighted to now be working with Cleveland Police Federation. The Police do a fantastic job so we feel that offering officers this kind of benefit is a really positive thing – especially as we are committed to providing them with a bespoke service where we tailor our people, advice and expertise accordingly.”