Thomson Rogers gives back to organizations helping trauma victims

Posted November 16, 2016
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After 80 years helping people who have been injured in accidents, personal injury law firm Thomson Rogers has given back to several organizations that provide support services for those same victims.

Thomson Rogers marked its 80th anniversary by donating $80,000 to charities including the Ontario Brain Injury Association, The War Amps, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (SCIO) and others.

Thomson Rogers 80th Anniversary Cheque to Spinal Cord Injury Ontario
Thomson Rogers managing partner Alan Farrer, second from left, Sloan Mandel, partner, presents Spinal Cord Injury Ontario’s Jackie Bloom, left, and Tina Manousos with a $30,000 cheque Thursday at the Marriot Hotel Downtown. Nov. 10, 2016 – Photo by Dan Pearce/Metroland

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