RoadPeace is delighted to announce CFG Law as Gold Sponsor of the upcoming high-profile national roads policing event The Andy Cox Challenge, demonstrating its commitment to the reduction of deaths and injuries on the UK’s roads.
CFG Law is also member of the RoadPeace Legal Panel West Midland region. Established over 30 years ago, they have a team of over 70 solicitors and support colleagues specialising in serious and catastrophic injury claims, including serious brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, orthopaedic injuries, fatal accidents, chronic pain, PTSD and more. They recognise that those affected by injury goes beyond the injured person and includes family and all those other people wanting to help.
Hannah Clarke, Partner states:
“As longstanding supporters of RoadPeace we are delighted to confirm our role as Gold Sponsors for the 2022 Andy Cox challenge.
In working alongside Andy, RoadPeace and police forces across the country we are determined to raise both road safety awareness and funds toward the ambitious £500,000 target.
As a dedicated serious and catastrophic injury firm we know all too well the devastating effects that road traffic collisions can have on victims and their families.
The impact on those bereaved or seriously injured on our roads was highlighted further during our recent joint project with RoadPeace in producing the book ‘Heartbreak, Hope and a Call for Change’
All those joining with us in supporting Andy’s challenge are helping RoadPeace continue their vital work with road crash victims and in campaigning for change.”
More than half of UK police forces have already confirmed their involvement in the Andy Cox Challenge, which is taking place between May 16-22, 2022.
It will see police officers and staff join forces to run, cycle, walk or travel by any other means across their force area, in potentially the biggest event of its kind in UK policing history.
The forces will form local fundraising teams which will help to reach the overall event target of £500,000 for RoadPeace.
Crucially, the challenge will also aim to get the public talking about road deaths and the devastation they cause to families and communities every day.
Updated on: 3 March 2022