MPs debate acquired brain injury in Parliament
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On Thursday last week (6th February 2020) MPs debated acquired brain injury in Parliament.
The MPs who took part in the debate showed a depth of knowledge on the wide-ranging issues that surround brain injuries, including:
- Sports related injuries - including heading in football
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Welfare benefits
- Funding for Headway groups and branches
- Cycle helmets
- The criminal justice system
- Hospital car parking
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- Construction company fined after man suffers serious crush injuries at work
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Of the people I met, how friendly and easy to talk to. Making matters of the law laid down very easy. Perfect manners and correspondence. I couldn't ask for a more perfect gentleman [Hugh Potter].
Mr S, Manchester
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Mr M & family
Friendly and professional, we were dealt with in an empathetic way. Our feelings and thoughts were listened to but the guidance was always based on the legality of our case and the outcome that we wished for. When it became apparent that the outcome would not have been in our favour, the outcome was explained in a clear and concise manner that took our feelings into account.
Mr N, Middleton
Helen [Shaw] was there every step of the way, she was like a friend who was helping at a very difficult time. Whenever we had to call, all staff were very pleasant and helpful.
Mr W, Middleton
Having been referred following a poor experience with two previous firms, I have been impressed with the interest showed in my case, the quality of service, honest and to the point, and how it has been progressed to date. Great advice delivered in a friendly accessible way.
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