Car Accident resulted in Brain Injury
David Robinson a Solicitor who specialises in brain injury compensation claims, and who meets clients who have experienced some of the worst head injuries always encourages his clients to look forwards and not backwards. The recently reported case of Lisa Watt, a 22-year old mum and student social worker from Aberdeenshire epitomises how to remain positive.
Lisa is reported as being involved in a car accident in 2009 which left her with brain damage the symptoms of which include memory loss and depression.
Despite her ordeal and the ongoing symptoms, Lisa has just graduated in Social Work from University.
Commenting on the story David says: “Dealing in brain injury claims I see first hand the devastating consequences of brain injuries and head injuries. It is always inspirational when brain injury survivors are able to show their potential and achieve as Lisa has”.
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