Fosters supporting campaign highlighting impact of Memory Loss
Fosters is very proud to support the work of Headway in Norfolk and Suffolk, charities which specialise in offering support to people with acquired brain injury and help them and their families to regain confidence and overcome challenges.
This September Headway is highlighting the impact of memory loss following head injury with a range of information and events throughout the week beginning on the 28th September, details of which can be found on their website.
The effects of memory loss and changes in personality can cause significant and long-lasting difficulties for those suffering acquired brain injury, which can also impact on their family and friends.
Fosters has, for many years, acted for clients with a range of brain injuries, which often include memory loss and during the course of this Headway campaign we will be hearing from some of those clients in their own words.
Head of Fosters’ Personal Injury department Steve Green and deputy head Barry Grogan are experienced in representing such clients, with Steve Green and consultant Ian Comer also members of the Headway panel of approved solicitors.
If you or someone you know has suffered an acquired brain injury due to the actions or inactions of a third party, please contact us to speak to one of our experienced personal injury team. We can be contacted on 0800 731 8539.
This article was produced on the 28th September 2020 by our Personal Injury & Group Actions team for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.