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World Cerebral Palsy Day

Oct 06, 2021

9:00am – 7:00pm


Join us raising awareness

Cerebral Palsy Midlands supports people with the disability cerebral palsy. We are joining them, and the #MillionsOfReasons campaign on World Cerebral Palsy day, to celebrate and support those living with cerebral palsy. Affecting more than 17 million people worldwide we want to raise awareness and funds for this cause, embrace diversity and create a more accessible future for everyone.

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Cerebral Palsy Midlands’ mission is to empower people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities from across the West Midlands region.

The charity offers support and therapy to children with cerebral palsy. They provide specialist therapy to children who have cerebral palsy and/or other allied neurological conditions from birth up to the age of 18. Therapy may consist of a single session or may be intensive which means that your child will attend several sessions a week over a number of weeks.

There is also a Family Support Service designed to make sure that families feel supported and empowered to help child in the best way possible. The Family Support Service is led by Glenys Evans, herself a parent of Tom, now 37, who has cerebral palsy. Through her own personal experience and through listening to many families, Glenys really understands the emotional journey of parents, and the day to day stresses. Her experience and training means that she will listen and talk you through issues whether emotional, practical or financial; she is always happy to help.

Meet the Team

Stephanie Pincher, Associate

Medical negligence allows Stephanie Pincher to help her clients in a very tangible way, giving both them and her a sense of satisfaction and achievement. After an ordeal, that’s the least they are entitled to. Stephanie has a range of experience in medical negligence cases, such as amputations, orthopaedic injuries, nerve injuries, and surgical negligence.

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Sophie Keatley, Chartered Legal Executive (FCILEx)

Sophie is a qualified chartered legal executive (FCILEx) and has worked within Medical Accident Group since 2011. Before her legal career, Sophie studied children’s development and child psychology; this expertise means Sophie can offer specialist advice to her clients, some of whom are making claims involving children.

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Fahmidah Ali, Associate

Fahmidah’s priority is helping her clients to recover and rebuild their lives. Since completing her legal studies in Staffordshire and spending five years developing a dental negligence department for a previous firm, Fahmidah has gained a wide range of experience in all aspects of personal injury and medical negligence.

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Daphne Mitchell, Paralegal

Daphne joined Medical Accident Group in 2017 after graduating from the University of Wolverhampton and completing her LPC at the University of Law, Birmingham. Having previously worked as a welfare rights officer within a Birmingham local authority, Daphne now uses that experience and skill on behalf of her clients.

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Amrit Dhaliwal, Associate

Joining Medical Accident Group in 2017 as an associate, Amrit spent the previous 10 years working for a nationally recognised firm building an excellent reputation in personal injury claims. Amrit goes above and beyond to help her clients and fight their cases, always handling complexities and concerns calmly and logically.

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Amrit Dhaliwal, Associate at Medical Accident Group

Inez Brown, Partner

Head of Medical Accident Group, Inez has built her national reputation on a broad base of professional and exceptional client service. With a passion for using the law as a tool for social justice, she also contributes to membership of high-profile organisations including the Education Law Association, Society of Clinical Injury Lawyers, Birmingham Law Society, Royal Society of Medicine and more.

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David White, Associate (Costs Lawyer)

David brings over 20 years’ experience as a costs lawyer to Medical Accident Group team, providing support to solicitors in all aspects of costs recovery and funding. David has worked for claimants and defendants, as well as insurers and large companies.

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Eloise Tunmore, Paralegal

Eloise joined Medical Accident Group in 2020 after completing her MA at the University of Law in Birmingham and having worked as both a data protection paralegal and legal assistant in industrial disease claims. Eloise primarily assists Sally Green and Peter Savage on a variety of personal injury and clinical negligence claims.

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Yazmin Griffiths, Paralegal

Joining Medical Accident Group as a paralegal in 2021, Yazmin has a passion for making her clients feel their voice is being heard. She goes above and beyond to help to seek justice and compensation for people whose lives have been disrupted by medical negligence.

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Cerebral Palsy Midlands is a Birmingham based registered charity and community day-care centre in Harborne that empowers and supports people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Established since 1947, they set up the first school, Carlson House, in England and Wales for children with cerebral palsy.