First International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain InjurySeptember 14th, 2015
We are pleased to announce that our serious injury solicitors will be attending and exhibiting at the First International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury, which is being held in Liverpool on the 16th -18th September.
The conference is a joint event held by the International Paediatric Brain Injury Society (IPBIS) and the International Brain Injury Association (IBIA). It is the first global event to explore new and innovative treatment, rehabilitation and support networks to help children and young adults with an acquired brain injury, and find ways to improve the lives and potential of these young people and their families.
The theme this year is “Supporting Young People and Their Families to Maximise Good Outcomes and Quality of Life”.
Natasha Ulph, Associate and serious injury solicitor at CFG Law who is attending the event commented, “I am looking forward to the conference and speaking with like-minded professionals who understand the huge benefits of treatment and rehabilitation in acquired brain injury. At CFG Law, we truly understand that early treatment and intervention can make all the difference in brain injured patients.
“As serious injury solicitors we would also like to develop our network of specialist healthcare professionals who can help with treatment plans and support of our own clients and their families.”
From our experience, by far the most important factor after a brain injury in making a better physical and emotional recovery is being able to access the treatment they need as soon as possible.
If you, or a loved one, have sustained a brain injury after an accident, speak to our serious head injury solicitors today on 0800 612 8196. We will be there for you and your family every step of the way.
CFG Law is recommended by the Legal 500 and are members of Headway’s (the brain injury charity) Head Injury Solicitors Directory showing our expertise in dealing with brain injury compensation claims. We also work closely with many charities that support brain injured patients and their families, including The Children’s Trust, CBIT (the Child Brain Injury Trust) and the North West Brain Injury Forum.
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