Adam McQuillan was just eight years old when he was hit by a car at a pedestrian crossing. The accident caused him to suffer a traumatic brain injury and he was transferred to a specialist intensive care unit where his family were told to expect the worst.
He left hospital to continue his rehabilitation at home and, since then, has re-joined mainstream school where he is learning to write again and do basic sums.
Adam’s mum, Anita, said: "The serious injury team at Thompsons were a total godsend and helped us to plot a route through what was often a complicated and confusing system.
"Thompsons helped us to settle a legal case for a substantial sum and we now have the financial security we need to access the best possible care and support for Adam."
"We now have the financial security we need to access the best possible care and support for Adam."