I’ve been posting a lot about brain injuries and how devastating they can be, so I wanted to share something positive with you on that note.
Meet Nelson Martin
Nelson came to the Injured Workers’ Law Firm from The Mill House across the street. The Mill House is a part of Community Brain Injury Services and Nelson was taking part in one of their programs in an effort to join the work force while coping with a brain injury. The good folks over at The Mill House reached out to us to see if we could assist any of their clients in finding work by getting some experience helping around our office.
Nelson started with the Injured Worker’ Law Firm in 2011 and worked with us well into 2012. He kept the office neat and tidy for our clients and we always enjoyed his smile and positive energy.
Nelson had to leave us for a short while and we were sad to see him go but our other good friend at The Mill House, Joshua, took his place and did a wonderful job of keeping the office clean in Nelson’s absence. Joshua then had to move on as well, so we wished him the very best and again started the search for an extra set of hands to help keep this busy office in tip-top shape. To our surprise, Nelson was available again and wanted to re-join the team here Injured Workers Law Firm.
Nelson, we are so glad to have you as part of our team! You are an essential part of our office and it’s a pleasure to work with you!
For more information on The Mill House and the services they provide to victims of brain injuries, contact them at:
Community Brain Injury Services
7812 Shrader Road
Richmond, VA 23294
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” ~Helen Keller
If you or someone in your family is dealing with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as a result of a work injury or if you would like more information on the Virginia workers’ compensation system, order my book, “The Ultimate Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Virginia,” or call our office today (804) 755-7755.