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Rotheras’ Personal Injury team proud to support the Back Up Trust

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Rotheras Personal Injury Department is pleased to announce its support of the Back Up Trust.

Written by
Hardeep Chumber
Hardeep Chumber
Trainee Solicitor

The Back Up Trust has for the past 30 years specialised in assisting individuals and their families in rebuilding their independence following life changing spinal cord injuries. The trust’s vision is a world where people with spinal cord injuries can reach their full potential. It is their mission to deliver services that build confidence, independence and inspire people affected by spinal cord injury to transform their lives.

Rotheras’ Personal Injury Department specialises in assisting individuals and the families of individuals who have suffered catastrophic life changing injuries. Experiencing a personal injury can be physically and emotionally traumatic and affect your whole life.

Rotheras specialise in assisting those who have sustained spinal cord injury. Through our dedicated team we can assist those injured in claiming the compensation they deserve so that they can get their life back on track. Rotheras are proud to support the Back Up Trust in their endeavour of inspiring and assisting those with spinal cord injury increase their skills and confidence so that they can once again live life to the full.

The Back Up Trust relies on the support and expertise of 400 volunteers each year. Raising money for the charity enables them to continue providing independent living skills training, expert telephone support and residential activity courses to those who have suffered a spinal cord injury.

As part of the firm’s support for the Back Up Trust, our Head of Personal Injury Greg Almond is running the Manchester 10k as the first in a series of running challenges for the charity.

If you would like to support Greg and the Back Up Trust, please visiting Greg’s Just Giving page to donate –

Further information about Back Up Trust can be found at

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