This episode puts a human face to families affected by road trauma. Dr Fiona Reidy lost her son, Rory McCaffrey, in a car accident in 2011 and now she shares her story with us. Dr Reidy also discusses the importance of social inclusion for people with disabilities that have arisen as a result of a transport accident. Join Dr Reidy, Tony Carbone, Managing Partner, and Partners and personal injury experts Don Maffia and Nunzio Tartaglia discuss the effects of road trauma.

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