19 March 2015
Slater and Gordon Cambridge supports Hertfordshire Headway Charity Event
Slater and Gordon Personal Injury Lawyers Andrew Zajac and Eleanor Howie supported staff from Headway in a recent event held for people suffering with a brain injury.
Andrew and Eleanor, both solicitors in the Cambridge office, accompanied Headway Hertfordshire staff and their clients on a visit to The National Maritime Museum in London on Monday 9th March.
There was much to see at the museum which made for a full day of exploring, broken up by one or two café visits! Among the highlights were the Cutty Sark, the various naval exhibits on display and the jousting section – Andrew had a lot of fun modelling a jousting helmet!
Slater and Gordon Personal Injury Lawyers in Cambridge work closely with Headway Hertfordshire and other branches on a number of fronts. They often attend events with Headway staff, offer assistance on days out such as the National Maritime Museum trip and generally offer a helping hand when needed.
Headway provides free advice and support for people with a brain injury, their families and carers. Slater and Gordon Lawyers are proud to support Headway and continue to help by taking part in sponsored events, community days and fun trips out for Headway’s service users.
To find out more about Headway and the work they do for people with brain injuries, please visit their website here.
Andrew Zajac is a Personal Injury Solicitor at Slater and Gordon Lawyers UK.
Slater and Gordon Lawyers offer a free consultation for anyone with a head injury. Call us on 0800 916 9046 or contact us online and we’ll be happy to help you.
Slater and Gordon Lawyers have more than 1,450 staff and 18 offices in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Milton Keynes, Merseyside, Bristol, Newcastle, Halifax, Wakefield, Derby, Cambridge and meeting rooms in Bramhall, Cheshire and in Hull, Yorkshire.
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