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Staff at Warner Goodman LLP’s Southampton office donned their favourite hats and headgear on Wednesday 14th May as they raised money for brain injury charity Headway’s ‘Hats for Headway Day’, as part of Action for Brain Injury Week.

Headway provide help and assistance to many of the 1 million people living in the UK who suffer long-term disability as a result of a brain injury.  This effects many people in different walks of life and may arise through birth trauma, an accident or illness such as a stroke.

Dan Thompson, Personal Injury Partner, commented, “Unfortunately we see all too often the consequences and lifelong impact that a brain injury can have upon the victim of an accident.  They and their family will face many challenges, not only the physical and emotional adjustments that are necessary but also concerns about the cost of care and support in the future, as well as the impact on family life and future earnings.  We can help our clients address these concerns and help provide stability for their future.

“Headway offers fantastic resources to help people and their loved ones such as rehabilitation programmes, carer support, a nurse-led helpline, respite care and much more.  Action for Brain Injury Week not only helps raise funds for Headway and awareness of what they do, but also reminds us all how to lower the risk of suffering a head injury. Our staff are delighted that we can show our support.”

If you’re looking for more information on what Headway can offer you or your loved ones, visit their website www.headway.org.uk, or to find out how Warner Goodman LLP can help after an injury contact them on 0800 91 92 30 or visit their section of the website here.

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