Kevin delivers Robertson Injury Law's donation to the Okanagan Science Centre.
Thanks for everyone at the Sunshine Festival who stoped by to tell us what they love about the science centre, the staff loved reading your comments!
Congrats to our team that raised funds for Spinal Cord Injury BC. At Robertson Injury Law we understand the difficulties facing those who experience spinal cord injury, that's why we always look to support this great cause.
Kevin and Dianna (with puppy Ruth) were at the sunshine festival raising funds for the Okanagan Science Centre. Lots of people from Vernon and surrounding area (Enderby, Lake Country, Kelowna) stopped by to chat and discuss their legal questions.
Kevin Robertson, as President of Turning Points Collaborative, was involved with opening a new shelter in Vernon, BC. The shelter is accessible and pet friendly!
Here's a video of Kevin being interviewed on Global TV about the project:
Feeling a need to gush a bit about this photo collage of our firm. I love sharing my days with these amazing people!
Kevin (bottom right of picture) and his family attended a recent Vernon city counsel meeting where Dr. Gordon Lovegrove presented on the viability of a passenger rail train connecting the Okanagan area. After the presentation, Kevin hosted Dr. Lovegrove and a small group for dinner and further discussion of the concept.
Kevin was recently elected President of the Turning Points Collaborative board. Turning Points Collaborative provides housing and addiction recovery services throughout the Vernon area. Congratulations Kevin!
We were out supporting, and participating in, Canadian Mental Health Association's Ride Don't Hide event in both Vancouver and Vernon.
Mental Health is such an important issue that affects so many people throughout society, particularly those that have suffered an injury that affects their ability to resume daily life. At D.R. Robertson Injury Law, we strive to positively impact the mental health of our clients and assist them with securing treatment.
Support the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Kevin and Dianna attended spinal cord injury research night at the ICORD Centre. At the event, they had a chance to try out a Mario Kart hand cycle video game.