Assault victim Mark Miller, who says he was inspired to cling to life in the hope of meeting his unborn daughter, has told a newspaper that he is concerned about Government plans to slash compensation payments for victims of crime.
Mark, 27, who was left with a brain injury following a random attack, has backed APIL's campaign against proposals to reduce payments for loss of earnings.
Currently, an injured crime victim who can no longer work, or who has a limited capacity to do so, is awarded a sum to reflect what he would have been able to earn during his lifetime. But the Government wants to limit this to a level of earnings equivalent to statutory sick pay.
To read about Mark's story, visit the Wales on Sunday website, here.