This update from Claim Today shows the firm’s commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion in Birmingham and the United Kingdom as a whole. The firm believes that the Commonwealth Games provide a unique opportunity to showcase Birmingham and the West Midlands as a centre of multiculturalism on a world stage.
For more information, visit: https://claimtoday.com/claim-today-supports-a-safe-and-inclusive-commonwealth-games
With this announcement, Claim Today positions itself as a champion for inclusivity and diversity in the West Midlands.
The 2022 Commonwealth Games will take place from Thursday, the 28th of July through Monday, the 8th of August. The international sporting event will feature athletes from across the Commonwealth of Nations competing in sports such as running, swimming, basketball and more. In addition to promoting inclusivity, the event aims to promote health and well-being by inspiring and engaging athletes and communities.
Claim Today’s newly announced support for the event complement’s the firm’s work to provide accessible legal services for members of the Birmingham community. The firm offers support for non-English speakers who would otherwise be unable to access legal representation.
The firm provides high-quality legal representation for accidents such as those caused by road traffic, defective products, workplace-related incidents and more. They can also handle injury claims related to amputation, burns, chemicals, and head injuries among others.
For those that do not speak English, the firm has extensive experience in working with interpreters to provide accessible legal support. Claim Today’s website is even available in Polish, Croatian and Romanian.
Prospective clients can start filing a claim with the firm by filling out a short form on the firm’s website. A representative from the legal team will respond promptly to discuss the specifics of their case.
Founded in 1999, Claim Today has developed a strong reputation for providing clients with high-quality and affordable legal representation for personal injury claims. With this latest announcement, the firm reaffirms its commitment to providing clients with accessible legal services, regardless of nationality or background.
A spokesperson for the firm said: “The West Midlands is a community of communities, being home to people from more than 180 countries, and we want to recognise projects that share our vision and mission as we work towards the largest event of this kind ever to be staged in the region.”
Interested parties can learn more about Claim Today and their support for the 2022 Commonwealth Games by visiting: https://claimtoday.com/claim-today-supports-a-safe-and-inclusive-commonwealth-games
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