Medical Accident Group and King’s Chambers raise £1500 for the Child Brain Injury Trust

  • October 23, 2018
  • On 11th October 2018 members of the Medical Accident Group hosted a gin tasting and networking evening in Birmingham in support of the Child Brain Injury Trust.  

    Over 60 people attended the evening, at King’s Chambers, where Louise Sharpe from the Cheese Gin and Ale Barn (Lichfield) showcased a number of premium British Gins with nibbles.

    The fundraising gin tasting event raised over £1500 for the charity, which supports young children and their families affected by acquired brain injury.

    With strong links and close relationships with CBIT, as well as other charities supporting those affected by acquired brain injury, members of the Medical Accident Group have a strong reputation for their expertise in advising on some of the most challenging brain injury claims in the UK.

    Barristers’ clerk, Jake Brooke, from King’s Chambers said: “Thank you to everyone at the Medical Accident Group, for organising such a fantastic event. It was a wonderful concept and expertly organised, raising money for a truly worthwhile cause. Thank you and well done.”

    CBIT CEO, Lisa Turan, said: “It was a brilliant night! Great turn out, great raffle, super gin. Thank you so much to everyone at Medical Accident Group, King’s Chambers and The Cheese, Gin & Ale Barn for the fabulous support.”

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