Morelli Law Firm is the official sponsor of the 17th Annual Walk for Thought event organized by the Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut (BIAC).

MANCHESTER, CT, October 15, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Walk will take place at Northwest Park in Manchester on Saturday, October 16, 2021, and registration is now open for everybody. The check-in will start at 11:00 AM. After the opening ceremonies, the Walk will start at noon.

The Annual Walk for Thought is an amazing way to show your support for the Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut and those served by this organization. BIAC has been the go-to organization for individuals with brain injuries, their families, their caregivers, and all professionals dealing with brain injury. BIAC’s mission is to increase brain injury awareness and prevention; offer resources and education, and provide the necessary support to brain injury survivors and their families on their long journey to recovery.

Morelli Law Firm has extended expertise and reputation in securing brain injury victims and their families the compensation they deserve. As one of the most recognized law firms in the country, Morelli Law has dealt with many brain injury cases in its civil litigation practice, successfully advocating for brain injury victims, their families, and their caregivers.

In its mission to care for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivors, Morelli Law Firm has also created the “Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Survivor Scholarship.” The recipient of this scholarship is now going to be able to pursue academic education in an accredited college or university.

We invite everyone to be a part of the partnership between Morelli Law Firm and the Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut and participate in the 17th Annual Walk for Thought on October 16, 2021. The event will include team games, exhibitions, a lot of fun, and an accessible walk or roll in the park.

This event’s proceedings will allow BIAC to fund their free Helpline and statewide Support Groups. The organization will also be able to strengthen its outreach and education programs with your help.

The Walk will follow all state and local guidelines to ensure a safe event for all. Please consider bringing a face covering. While we all love pets, they are not allowed at the Walk. However, service animals specifically trained to aid people with disabilities are welcome.

Individuals and companies can be a part of this event by creating a team and joining hundreds of walkers to raise awareness and funds for BIAC and brain injury survivors. You can also volunteer, sponsor, or exhibit!

See you all soon!

For more information on the BIAC’s 2021 Walk, please contact Sarah Moore at [email protected].
If you consider contributing with sponsorship or exhibition, please contact Lori Shield, Director of Development & Marketing at [email protected].

For more information and support from Morelli Law Firm, please contact us for a free consultation here.

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