Quittance Personal Injury announce support for Brake

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19 July 2016


Quittance logo-High Res200Quittance Personal Injury have announced their support for Brake, the road safety charity.

The company announced its corporate sponsorship following the recent publication of the ‘Reported road casualties in Great Britain: main results 2015’ by the Department for Transport.

Speaking on behalf of Quittance Personal Injury,operations director Chris Salmon said: “The figures for 2015 were positive news, with a reduction in serious injuries of 3% compared with 2014 figures.

“However with over 22,000 seriously injured and nearly 190,000 casualties, the work Brake does to raise awareness of road safety and support accident victims is as critical as ever”.



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