Anthony Collins Solicitors has been shortlisted for two Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) Diamond Awards – National Corporate Supporter Award as a firm and National Outstanding Individual Supporter Award for Rankeshwar Batta, head of clinical negligence and personal injury.

We have supported CBIT for over 15 years with their purpose, raising awareness of initiatives, jointly implementing healthcare policy and practice for children with brain injuries, providing specialist legal advice to their end-users and also taking part in fundraising activities to help them make a difference.

Last year, Rankeshwar was announced as a special ambassador for CBIT. Not only is this a testament to the relationship built by him and his team, but it also recognises how the wider firm embraces case referrals with vigour, enthusiastically fundraises with activities such as Glow Week and supports initiatives to enhance the lives of individuals with a brain injury. 

“I am delighted that we have been shortlisted for these two awards. Being shortlisted for such prestigious national awards is public recognition of the outstanding work done by my team to support CBIT and its purpose, which mirrors ours in many ways – making a positive impact for individuals, communities and society through our joint work. It is also a testament to the strong relationship my immediate team and our firm as a whole has with CBIT, how we work together and help some of the most vulnerable people in society.” Rankeshwar Batta, head of personal injury and clinical negligence