Brain Injury Association of Michigan Legacy Dinner

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Brain Injury Association of Michigan Holds Legacy Dinner

This past weekend, I was lucky enough to attend the Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s annual Legacy Dinner. Along with co-worker and trial lawyer Franci Silver, the Michigan car accident lawyers from Lee Steinberg, P.C. celebrated the wonderful work the BIAMI does for the catastrophically injured throughout the state of Michigan.

The BIAMI is a non-profit organization that brings together people with traumatic brain injury, their families, friends and concerned professionals to improve the quality of life that people experience after brain injury.

The BIAMI was established more than 30 years ago. Its goal is to improve the lives of those affected by brain injury and to reduce the incidence and impact of brain injury through education, advocacy, support, treatment services and research.

Using Michigan’s robust and incredible no-fault automobile system, it helps car accident and truck accident victims obtain the best and most appropriate care possible. Members work with family members to help them treat and support loved ones affected by brain injury.

BIAMI also works with military veterans, in particular our servicemen and women who served in Afghanistan and Iraq who have come back with debilitating brain injuries and other ailments.

The Legacy Dinner this year was held at the Suburban Collection Showcase in Novi, Michigan. More than 1,200 people attended, enjoying dinner, drinks and the camaraderie of fellow stakeholders in this incredible organization.

This year, honorees included Pam Feinberg from Feinberg Consulting, Inc. in West Bloomfield, Michigan. Our law office has worked with Pam and her team of case managers as they work to ensure car accident injury victims get the best treatment possible.

The Michigan car accident lawyers from Lee Steinberg, P.C. salute the Brain Injury Association of Michigan for another year of helping the catastrophically injured.