Roswold Law Group Runs 14 Miles To Support TBI Victims & Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City
The run also supported Jake Clough, a young man who had a bicycle accident and suffered a Brain Injury. He was wearing a helmet and because he was wearing a helmet he was to make a full recovery, but sadly Jake passed shortly after his accident for reasons unrelated to his Brain Injury. The Jake Clough headstrong foundation was formed in his honor thereafter. The foundation attended the race and were giving children bicycle helmets properly fitted to each child's head, which is an excellent way of preventing child traumatic brain injuries (TBI) since bicycle accidents, particularly those in which a child is not wearing a helmet, is a significant contributor to TBI.
Brain injury attorney James Roswold and Roswold Law Group staff member Robbie Adams each ran 5 miles (8K). Jennifer Roswold and brain injury lawyer Heather Lottmann ran 2 miles. Heather also raised money through local sponsors to donate to the Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City (BIAKS). Heather and Roswold Law Group wishes to give a big thank you to all of the generous sponsors.
The brain injury lawyers at the Kansas City based personal Injury firm Roswold Law Group would like to see even more people next year for the 24th annual Amy Thompson Run in 2011, both from their brain injury firm and the Kansas City area. If you or a loved one suffer from a Traumatic Brain Injury, Roswold Law Group can answer any of the questions you may have. Please call 888-348-2616 or visit www.kansascityaccidentinjuryattorneys.com.