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This article was published on May 3rd, 2017
For those who follow our social media channels, you may already be aware that we have had a big involvement with the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT)’s Dancing With Neurons seminar. The seminar took place last Wednesday and was a resounding success for the organisation.
Taking place at Redford Court, the free educational seminar was an opportunity for professionals working in health, social and legal care to discover more about brain injuries and the lasting effects these can have.
On the day of the seminar, there were talks from Dr Ivan Pitman, the Redford Court Multi-Disciplinary team and Kerri Turnstall, the divisional manager for BIRT.
Amongst all of these fantastic guest speakers, we ourselves gave a presentation discussing the legal perspectives involved in a brain injury. These include
Our specialist head injury team at Thorneycroft are experienced and professional, meaning that for any claim, we ensure the correct level of compensation is received as well as the highest level of assistance following the accident.
To find out more about our brain injury claims procedure, click here or you can get in contact with our team on 0800 1979 345.
Following from the seminar, we have volunteered to help redecorate at Redford Court in Liverpool during this month’s “Action for Brain Injury Week”. We, as a company, will continue to support this fantastic cause going forward and encourage anyone who needs advice following a brain injury to get in touch with us today.
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