18th Apr 2023

18 St John Street’s Kane Simons is running the London Marathon to raise money for the National Deaf Children’s Society.

Kane Simons is taking on this year’s London Marathon in aid of the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS). The NDCS is dedicated to improving the lives of deaf children and young people in the UK and abroad. They provide support, advice and resources to families and campaign for the rights of deaf children and young people.

“This will be my first time running the London Marathon. Although I know it’s going to be a painful slog, I’m excited to take on the challenge!” Kane commented.

“The NDCS is an important charity for my family, as my son Ted was born deaf. The support given by the NDCS over the last nine years has helped our family immensely. However, when it comes to vulnerable children and families who do not have the knowledge or resources to advocate for themselves, their work is even more important.

To read more about Kane’s challenge, and for information for those who would like to donate, please click here: https://2023tcslondonmarathon.enthuse.com/pf/kane-simons

Good luck Kane!

Kane Simons

Photo of Kane Simons, Barrister

Barrister Kane Simons is a member of the Personal Injury team at 18 St John Street Chambers. Kane practises in serious personal injury, with a speciality in accidents involving cyclists and motorcyclists. For more information, please click the links above or contact a member of the Personal Injury clerking team on 0161 278 8261 or via email pi@18sjs.com

Kane recently authored the book, ‘A Practical Guide to the Law and Regulation of E-Bikes and E-Scooters’. This guide sets out the law and regulations that govern the use of e-bikes and e-scooters in a simple and helpful manner.

The book is written with Personal Injury lawyers in mind but criminal and regulatory lawyers should also find the guide helpful. In addition, the guide will also be of interest to anyone looking to understand the status of electric scooters and electric bikes under the law of England and Wales.

For more information on the guide, please visit: http://www.lawbriefpublishing.com/product/ebikesandescooters/ or buy from Amazon.