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This article was published on October 31st, 2017
Being a member firm of the Brain Injury Group and as one of the UK’s leading firms of solicitors specialising in catastrophic injury claims we have seen first hand, the devastating consequences road accidents can have on both victims and their loved ones.
That is why we here at Thorneycroft Solicitors are proud to be supporting Road Safety Week for the fifth consecutive year. The initiative will run from the 20th-26th of November.
One of our directors and the head of our catastrophic injury team, Mark Belfield, will be working alongside Lane End Primary School in Cheadle, where Mark’s own children attend, in order to promote road safety awareness.
Road Safety Week is the UK’s biggest road safety event, coordinated annually by Brake, the road safety charity.
Road Safety Week aims to inspire thousands of schools, organisations and communities to take action on road safety and promote life-saving messages during the Week and beyond. It also provides a focal point for professionals working in road safety to boost awareness and engagement in their work.
Every year they choose a different theme for the Week, with this year’s theme being Speed Down Save Lives.
Thousands of children and adults across the UK take part in the initiative each year.
If you’d like to get involved you can base your activities on this year’s theme, or choose to focus on any other road safety issue that’s important to you.
If you’d like more information about Road Safety Week please click here.
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