Sefton qualified in 1981, and now, with over 40 years in the industry he has acquired a wealth of experience.
He has been an Honorary Legal Officer for a National Charity that supports recently bereaved parents and siblings, since 2007.
During that time, he has represented many families at complex Inquests throughout England and Wales, ranging from where death has occurred following a chase by the police, and where a detained patient under the Mental Health Act died in a fire, to including Road Traffic Collisions which have involved Multi Agency Rescues which were closely scrutinised at Inquest.
Sefton has gained significant experience in dealing with Article 2 Inquests and representing Families where there are numerous legally represented agencies.
He also represents Members of the Medical Profession, and the Legal Profession before their respective Disciplinary Bodies.
He represents businesses who are being investigated by Regulatory Bodies, such as HSE, FSA, Trading Standards and CQC, and recently successfully defended a major Cheshire Business who was prosecuted in Wales for allegedly supplying unsafe food.
Sefton represents clients who have been very seriously injured in all forms of accident.
Sefton has an unerring eye for detail and undertakes immaculate preparation on all of his cases believing that the vast majority are won in the office before they get into court.
He offers his clients a compassionate and dedicated bespoke service which interacts with the client’s own needs. He will deal with matters in the early morning or late evening if this is easier and offers to speak to and meet clients between 7 am and 11 pm 7 days a week, with adequate planning.