New legal film Aspire Law launches to support people with spinal cord injuries Unlike many other providers, Aspire Law is dedicated solely to Spinal Cord Injury work and, as well as using lawyers with a strong track record for securing the best compensation for clients, it will also benefit from Aspire’s considerable knowledge of providing services for spinally injured people. The result will be a service that will tackle every issue arising from Spinal Cord Injury including; housing, education, care and rehabilitation, as well as emotional and family support. Aspire Law will: • be dedicated solely to Spinal Cord Injury work• deduct no fees from the compensation awarded, allowing people to keep 100% and enabling them to move on and live an independent life• share 50% of profits with Aspire• work quickly to bring cases to successful conclusionAs a joint partner in the venture Aspire will receive 50% of profits to reinvest back into the charitable work it does, providing continued and sustained benefit to those with Spinal Cord Injury. These funds will be used to support and expand existing projects like the Aspire Housing Programme, which provide accessible accommodation to patients being discharged from hospital who would otherwise have nowhere suitable to live, and Aspire Grants which helps spinally injured people afford essential, specialist equipment. Brian Carlin, Chief Executive of Aspire, comments: “We are really excited about the new business and the opportunities and benefits it will bring to people with spinal cord injuries. The income generated from this venture will lead to substantial support for other spinal injured people, who aren’t in a position to receive compensation claims, but can benefit from many of the services which we operate and will develop in the future.” Damian Horan, Legal Director for Aspire Law, comments: “Before agreeing on the structure of the business, considerable research was completed into client experiences, expectations and concerns around legal claims resulting from spinal injuries. The feedback received was incredibly valuable and this information directly influenced the final business model. “We believe Aspire Law will provide genuine competition within the market, as the business uses an innovative solution that combines strong legal expertise with charitable values and puts the needs of those with Spinal Cord Injury above all else.” Aspire Law will also make no deduction of fees from the compensation awarded to clients, allowing clients to keep 100% of their award, and enabling them to move on and live an independent life.For more information go to the Aspire Law website.