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Date: 05/07/2018

A leading Hereford law firm is hosting a networking forum where brain injury professionals can come together and share their knowledge.

The free to attend event will be held in Hereford on July 9 and lawyers at Lanyon Bowdler are asking anyone interested in attending to book their place now.
Neil Lorimer, head of Lanyon Bowdler’s personal injury team and one of the UK’s leading legal experts in brain injuries, said: “The event will be a unique networking opportunity for like-minded professionals working within the field of brain injury to meet up and share their knowledge and experiences.
“It takes place on July 9 at De Koffee Pot in Bridge Street, Hereford, between 9-11am.
“There will be short presentations from guest speakers Dr David Quinn, consultant neuropsychologist and clinical director of Halliday Quinn Limited, and Ian Stead, mental health lead at Healthwatch Herefordshire.
“Lanyon Bowdler are brain injury specialists in the legal profession and we believe that by providing opportunities like this, where people can meet informally to talk about the issues, we are providing a platform to better understand the implications of such injuries.
“Brain injury is a life-changing condition for the victim, their family and loved ones and they have to know they have the reassurance and support to help them deal with the immense challenges that lie ahead.
“Lanyon Bowdler held a brain injury conference a couple of years ago and that provided a great insight into the various experts in the field and the problems that are faced on a regular basis.
“By coming together and discussing and updating each other with the various changes in the field we are better able to understand the problems and help those most affected.”  
To book a place at the Brain Injury Networking Forum, visit
For more information about the event call Lanyon Bowdler on 0800 652 3371 or email