Harris Fowler have over the years built up strong relationships with organisations that are able to offer excellent support to those who have suffered catastrophic and not so catastrophic injuries. This is a list of organisations that are able to help injured victims.
Headway Brain Injury Association
Headway provides very useful social and cognitive rehabilitation for adults with brain injuries and they also offer invaluable support and respite for their families. Helpline: 0808 800 2244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spinal Injury Association
The Spinal Injury Association helps to raise money for those with spinal cord injuries and offer useful and valuable support to sufferers and their families. For further information contact them on 01908 604191 or email email@example.com.
ABF The Soldiers Charity
This worthwhile charity supports soldiers who have simply fallen on hard times and are in need of assistance after serving their country for many years. They are able to provide valuable support to both former soldiers and their families.
For further information contact them on 0207 811 3966 or online at www.soldierscharity.org
Southern Spinal Injuries Trust
The Southern Spinal Injuries Trust raises money to help people living with spinal cord injury in the south and south west of England and support The Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre. For more information call 02380 260918
Macmillan Cancer Support
A leading cancer support charity that help with treatment and care. The charity also provides very useful information for those affected by cancer, including patients and families. For more information call 0808 808 00 00.
A leading organisiation that can provide free independent advice and support to people affected by medical accidents. They provide a specialist helpline, written casework and inquest support services. They also undertake a lot of work in partnership with health professionals, the NHS, government departments, lawyers and patients. Their goal is much like Harris Fowler’s, to improve patient safety and justice.
*Cases issued and finished between 01.01.16 and 31.12.16