Osbornes partners with leading Brain Injury Charity17 Sep 2020 | Stuart Kightley
Lights, Camera, Legal Advice!
This week marks the launch of a new series of 16 legal advice videos with brain injury charity, Headway East London. The charity supports people affected by brain injury and offer specialist support and services to survivors and their families and campaign for great public awareness around brain injury issues.
Stuart Kightley, Robert Aylott and Sophie Davies, specialist serious injury lawyers at the firm have provided answers to a range of questions members of Headway East London’s Casework service had, from financial support, to employment rights.
Sophie, who specialises in helping people who have suffered a brain injury said: “We are delighted to have been able to support Headway East London with their latest video project. We were particularly drawn to this project as the questions are from members of Headway East London. There is often a long list of questions an individual who is living with a brain injury will have, along with their families. We very much hope these videos will be a source of help to all who watch them.”
Osbornes is looking forward to continuing its support with this important initiative, which will offer another information source, for brain injury survivors, when pursuing a legal claim.
To find out more about Headway East London’s Early Intervention Project and the Casework Service please visit their services page.
If you have suffered a brain injury as a result of negligence, or accident and would like to speak with a member of our personal injury, or medical negligence team, call us on 020 7485 8811 or complete an online enquiry form
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