Brain Injury Group and Francis Lacy Scott celebrate training award

The Brain Injury Group’s training programme, overseen by asb aspire’s Francis Lacy Scott, has won the inaugural Training Award at the Claims Management Awards 2017. Acknowledged by the judges as probably one of the most important awards that can be made, the Brain Injury Group was praised for ‘doing a fantastic job’.

The training programme is aimed at professionals from all areas with one common interest – supporting individuals and families affected by brain injury.

Founder and director of the Brain Injury Group Sally Dunscombe said “Obviously we are delighted to win.The programme is developed in collaboration with senior personal injury lawyers and a rehabilitation consultant; we’d particularly like to thank Francis Lacy Scott of asb aspire for his input since the Brain Injury Group began in 2011.”

The awards were hosted by comedienne Lucy Porter, pictured above (far left), alongside Francis Lacy Scott (asb aspire); Julie McCarthy (Brain Injury Group); Sally Dunscombe (Brain Injury Group); Jason Tripp (Coplus).