Client Stories | Disability Sport | Irwin Mitchell

David Follett

David suffered spinal injuries in a car accident. Always a keen sportsman, he's now ranked 13th in the world for para-badminton.

David's story

Wyn Jenkins

After having his leg amputated, Wyn Jenkins wanted to get back into sport. He now chairs an amputee cycling club, regularly cycling 100 mile distances.

Wyn's story


7-year-old Eva has cerebral palsy. To help with her rehabilitation, she has a pony that she rides every day, providing her with valuable psychological and physical benefits.

Eva's story


After suffering a serious brain injury in a car accident, Kieran competed in the Invictus Games as part of the British Armed Forces team. He won a bronze in the 4 minute endurance rowing event, and a gold for the British team's overall effort.

Kieran's story


Ray Lowrie

Rowing has helped lower-leg amputee Ray to stay positive after he was injured during a training exercise with the Royal Marines.

Ray's story


Tom Kerr

Since shattering his skull in a traffic accident, Tom has surpassed the expectations of his treating team through extensive rehabilitation and returned to part-time work as a sports coach.

Tom's story


Richard Keen

Spinal injury victim Richard calls wheelchair racing "a sport that I choose for myself and which gave me a real sense of fun and achievement.”

Richard's story

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