(This post has kindly been sponsored by Brian Barr Solicitors. However, all opinions expressed are based on our personal views.)
Like many events, Naidex 2020 (originally due to take place in March and then November) was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. It is now due to take place on the 9th and 10th of March 2021, but until then, we wanted to share a new blog post every week with information on the AYL Treasure Hunt!
This exclusive activity involves working with 16 trusted exhibitors to ensure attendees have a chance to discover and visit stands they otherwise might not have known about. You will have to wait until nearer the time to learn how you can take part, but for now, I am proud to introduce the eighth exhibitor - Brian Barr Solicitors!
Brian Barr Solicitors specialise in claims involving chronic pain and serious injury. They use their expertise to support clients with a range of conditions such as CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome), Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain and Serious & Catastrophic injury. Whilst also being committed to building strong relationships with each of their clients; taking time to learn about each person’s individual experiences, and connecting clients with leading clinical experts to ensure the medical elements of each case are accurately assessed and represented.
When considering any legal proceedings, funding is always something which requires thought, as costs can be high and often seem insurmountable. This is why Brian Barr not only works with clients who have existing cover for legal expenses; but also offer a ‘No win, no fee’ scheme for people with a strong case that cannot afford to pay legal fees upfront. Brian Barr started his specialist firm of solicitors in 2002 due to his enthusiasm for ‘cutting edge’ litigation and interest in resolving cases for clients with chronic pain conditions; making it the first of its kind to cater specifically for Fibromyalgia and other chronic illnesses and has overseen its steady growth.
At AYL we are committed to sharing unbiased information about products and services designed to enhance the lives of anyone living with a disability. So if you would like to know more about pursuing a case in relation to a chronic pain condition, you can contact Brian Barr’s specialist team via the links below! You can also check out their blog for a trusted source of information and list of resources, which is specifically tailored to people living with chronic illnesses such as Fibromyalgia.