Osbornes Law fundraiser for national brain injury charity #HatsforHeadway 20 May 2020 | Ben Posford

Recently staff from Osbornes Law took part in #HatsforHeadway to support the fantastic work Headway do to help improve lives for those affected by brain injury. Headway is the UK-wide charity that works to improve life after brain injury by providing vital support and information services.

The team at Osbornes enjoy taking part each year and take a group photo wearing wacky hats. This year was a little different in the current circumstances, but we wore our hats whilst isolated at home!

For every silly hat worn a £2 donation to the charity was made, helping to add to funding towards vital support for those with brain injuries.

Osbornes Catastrophic Injury Team includes leading practitioners Ben Posford and Sophie Davies both specialists in dealing with complex brain injury claims. Osbornes Law are included within Headway’s Head Injury Solicitors Directory.

Our Hats for Headway event is one of many throughout the year planned by our charity committee which includes staff from each department. The committee is chaired by Nicola Hall, Associate Solicitor, Personal Injury Department.

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