“My life would be much much much worse” – new film shines light on the law
September 26, 2022
The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) continue their Rebuilding Shattered Lives campaign. Watch the powerful new short film at https://rebuilding-shattered-lives.org.uk/
As reported in the APIL Weekly News of 22/9/2022: –
‘APIL executive committee member Victoria Lebrec shares the story of her injuries and how the law helped her to get her life back on track. Victoria suffered life-changing injuries when she was hit by a skip lorry while cycling to work.
“My life would be much much much worse, had I not been able to get redress,” she explains.
The Rebuilding Shattered Lives campaign aims to overturn the way lawmakers and opinion-formers often see personal injury lawyers and the people they help. The law often comes under attack from those who are not willing to pay for their negligence. This new film demonstrates why as a society we must be vigilant to ensure that the civil justice system is not eroded and that victims of negligence are always at the system’s heart.’
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