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Blackwater Law were the proud sponsor of Headway Essex’s Classic Vehicle Show, held on 24th September in Colchester’s Castle Park.
The event was filled with live music, food stalls and vintage cars for visitors to see. The event is all to raise money for the work Headway Essex does, helping those in Essex who are living with an acquired Brain Injury.
Members of Blackwater Law were on hand to discuss legal support available to anyone who is or knows someone living with an acquired brain injury.
To finish off the festivities, Blackwater Law were asked to crown the best classic car at the show, with the award going to a Blue T2 VW camper.
In Essex alone, someone is admitted to the hospital every 58 minutes with an acquired brain injury. This could be through medical negligence or an accident. That is where Blackwater Law can help.
For those living with an acquired brain injury, life can be completely turned upside down. To help deal with the effects of a brain injury, someone may need specialist care, and specialist equipment or may have to make significant changes to their professional life. Some may have to stop working altogether.
Blackwater Law is helping to support sufferers of brain injuries to make a compensation claim and to help support them in the future. We will be continuing to support Headway Essex in the future, helping to deliver support to brain injury survivors in Essex.
Commenting on the sponsorship of the Headway Essex Classic Vehicle Show, Senior Chartered Legal Executive Anna Watson said, “It was a privilege to sponsor the Classic Vehicle Show in Colchester. At Blackwater Law, we are excited to continue our partnership with Headway Essex and sponsor future events to support the crucial service that they provide for people living with acquired brain injuries.”
Headway Essex provides support for people in Essex who are living with an acquired brain injury. Their aim is to help adults live a fulfilling life and be able to cope with the challenges that come with living with an acquired brain injury.
Headway Essex has two hubs, in Colchester and Benfleet, where they help to deliver services and activities designed to help adults deal with their conditions.