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Need free legal advice? Come to our legal clinic!

We’re offering free legal advice next Wednesday afternoon, 2nd July, as part of the legal clinic scheme run by Neurosupport.

If you’re in need of free legal advice from a Solicitor in Liverpool, then you’re in luck. Next Wednesday afternoon, Sean Carty, one of our Solicitors will be appearing at the new legal advice clinic organised by the charity Neurosupport.


The legal advice clinic is open to anyone who needs advice on a legal issue, regardless of whether they have used Neurosupport’s services in the past. Sean will be on hand to dispense advice about a range of legal issues, ranging from problems you might have at work, through to dealing with a professional negligence matter.


The clinic will run from 4pm to 7pm at Neurosupport’s main office on Norton Street in Liverpool City Centre (next to the National Express coach station). To book a 20 minute consultation with Sean, please call Jo at Neurosupport Reception on 0151 298 2999.


About Neurosupport


Neurosupport is a Merseyside-based charity that offers non-medical advice to people with neurological conditions and the families, friends and carers who support them. It exists to promote the needs and welfare of individuals and the families impacted by neurological disorders and to provide them with support that complements that offered by the NHS and other medical care providers.

 


Some of the services offered by Neurosupport include help for people living with a neurological condition to stay in employment, or to break into the jobs market for the first time. The charity also runs a vocational guidance and rehabilitation programme called back on track, helping people with neurological conditions to explore vocational opportunities that match their own particular skills, interests and ability levels.


As well as support for those living with a neurological condition, Neurosupport also offers support for their families and carers through its Rally Round service.

By Neil Worrall