Throughout Carers Week Brain Injury Group, who Thorneycroft Solicitors work closely with, joined forces with other Carers Week events to run a series of free, legal advice clinics across the country for people to drop in and have a chat, and get no-obligation legal and practical advice.
Mark Belfield, Director at Thorneycroft Solicitors went along to support one of the events in Manchester and offer advice and support to people attending.
Thorneycroft Solicitors was proud to sponsor the Sheffield category of the Outstanding Women at the Women in Spinal Injury Awards (WISCI) last night, hosted in the Botanical Gardens in Birmingham.
The awards celebrated exceptional women involved in the treatment and care of SCI people, across the UK and the outstanding contribution women make to the lives of spinal cord injured people. The award which we sponsored recognised outstanding health professionals that make a significant difference to the care, treatment or lives of SCI people.
A YOUNG bank worker who was catastrophically injured in a horrific road smash has successfully won compensation for the brain injury suffered.
The driver of the car was killed when she lost control on a bend of the A338 and crashed head-on into an oncoming car.
Tameside Hospital, which has been the subject of a Government-led ‘deep dive’ review, opened its doors recently for health experts to visit wards, operating theatres and waiting areas as well as interviewing staff and patients. Inspectors also met with former patients and relatives at a meeting to hear their views on the hospital.
The hospital was one of 14 recently identified as having higher-than-average death rates and requiring an in-depth inspection.
Over £3 million in compensation has been awarded to a man who was hit by a car driven by a priest in Rome.
The victim’s mum launched the fight for compensation after her son was critically injured while on holiday.
As a result of the accident the 37-year-old was left with catastrophic brain injuries and brain injuries and is now dependent on a wheelchair after suffering bone fractures in his skull, spine, knee and shoulder.