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Rehabilitation and Support Services

We are determined to provide the very best service to our clients. This means not only obtaining the best result through litigation (which we are especially good at) but also putting you in touch with the right people to support you along the way.

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We recognise it is of the utmost importance for our clients to have access to rehabilitation and support services at the beginning of their case. This is often the hardest time for those who are experiencing illness or injury and represents the best opportunity for these services to make a difference.

In many cases, early input and treatment from appropriate medical and other specialists can transform your medical outcome and improve your future prospects. Our focus is to ensure that appropriate medical treatment, therapies and support (including surgery, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, counselling, care and assistance) is delivered at the earliest possible opportunity, rather than waiting for your medical negligence compensation claim to be settled.

We have various partnerships and arrangements with a range of high quality medical and rehabilitation service providers. We can arrange a prompt assessment of your needs by a qualified case manager who will work to develop and coordinate a bespoke care and therapy package for you.

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Brain Injury Statistics

Bolt Burdon Kemp knows the complex nature of brain injuries and the level to which these happen in the UK: here are 2015 statistics from Headway.

How to keep your brain healthy

While the brain is undoubtedly a remarkable organ, it can, like all areas of our body, benefit from a little extra attention. If you’re looking for ways to keep your brain healthy, adopting the following habits can help.

Brain Injury in the Workplace

Read our guide to brain injury in the workplace to understand your brain injured employee’s needs and your responsibilities as an employer or HR manager.

Our Insights

Police Collision Reports – Not the “Be-all and End-all” for Personal Injury Claims!

Police collision reports are a tool in the toolbox; useful in the hands of an appropriate personal injury specialist, who also appreciates their many other…

By Heather Petrie
Executive Dysfunction after a brain injury

What is it? Executive functioning is a term used to describe a variety of routine abilities, which we use in our everyday lives.  It includes…

By Katie Lovick-Norley
Our Partnership with Headway East London

For many years, we’ve had a strong partnership with brain injury charity, Headway East London.  Based in Hackney, less than 2 miles from our offices…

By Katie Lovick-Norley
Volunteering – A stepping stone back into the workplace after brain injury

During a recent volunteering experience of my own, I was asked for tips for finding a suitable volunteering position for someone who had sustained a…

By Eilish Barry
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