CBIT Glow Day 2017 - Raising Awareness With The Child Brain Injury Trust
06 Nov 2017
Across the nation, lots of people came together to support the Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) on Glow Day 2017 with their #BeSeenNotHurt campaign.
The campaign was designed to create awareness about children who suffer catastrophic and life changing injuries in road traffic accidents caused by careless and reckless driving.
Neelam Heera, Paralegal in the Serious Injury & Clinical Negligence department at FBC Manby Bowdler has organised and championed the firm’s contribution to the campaign using a vibrant selfie frame.
Susan Todhunter, a leading specialist in catastrophic injury claims at FBC Manby Bowdler, commented - "Hundreds of children suffer catastrophic and life changing injuries in road traffic accidents each year and now that the clocks have been turned back it is even more important than ever to promote road safety and visibility. Raising awareness of the need for children to be seen, to be safe and avoid injury is crucial. CBIT’s Glow Day is a fantastic campaign which we at FBC Manby Bowdler were delighted to support."
FBCMB took to social media to support this campaign and raise awareness. To see what we did for CBIT Glow Day 2017, follow us on Twitter and Facebook! #BeSeenNotHurt