Personal Injury, Serious Injury & Clinical Negligence

Best Practice Guide on Rehabilitation 2015

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) recently launched the Best Practice Guide on Rehabilitation.  A copy of the Guide can be found here.

The Personal Injury and Medical Negligence teams at Clarke Willmott are committed to working in our clients’ best interests.  We have the experience and expertise to focus on outcomes beyond financial compensation; for many injured people and their families the priority is to get the best treatment, the best care, or to return to work but the underlying aim for all is to get their lives back on track as soon as they can.

In many cases, rehabilitation can help injured people to recover more quickly, have a better quality of life, and return to work sooner.  APIL’s Best Practice Guide on Rehabilitation is designed to expand on the basic framework of the Rehabilitation Code (last published in 2007).  The updated version for includes information on the Care Act 2014 and its impact on social services provision for rehabilitation, and also provides helpful case studies covering a variety of scenarios.

Rehabilitation is crucial in allowing us to help rebuild the lives of seriously injured people and their families and deliver the best outcomes possible.

If you would like more information about rehabilitation, or personal injury and medical claims generally, please contact one of the team:

Lee Hart, Partner, Taunton Office.
Chris Thorne, Partner, Taunton Office on.
Philip Edwards, Partner, Birmingham Office.
Martin Pettingell, Partner, Bristol Office.
Stephen Trump, Partner, Bristol Office.
Kerry Fifield, Partner, Bristol Office.