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This article was published on January 11th, 2019
As we continue our commitment to bikers and as part of our work within the biker community, we are pleased to announce that Lisa Smith and Mary Lomas from the Thorneycroft Solicitors Catastrophic Injury team will be attending the Classic Dirt Bike Show 2019.
The Show, which is held from 16th-17th of February at The International Centre in Telford will play host to some of the biggest names in the trial bike industry including Multiple World, Indoor and British Trials Champion Dougie Lampkin, John Banks as well as Hannah Styles, who you can meet at our stand.
This year’s show promises to be one of the best yet with an estimated 5,000 bikers and enthusiasts descending on The International Centre alongside exhibitors including biker groups, manufacturers as well as Mary and Lisa from the Thorneycroft Solicitors Catastrophic Injury team.
Lisa and Mary will be joined by Hannah over the course of the weekend and they will be happy to discuss their shared passion for motorcycles as well as how our team can help you or your loved ones in the event of a motorcycle accident.
You’ll also be able to catch up with Lisa and Mary at the Evening Dinner on Saturday if you miss them during the day.
We look forward to seeing you at this year’s event.
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