Sunday, 1 February 2015

Stewarts Law: guiding you through the claims process and the wider legal landscape

In our final blog post, we hope that our series has helped to make the process of bringing a legal claim clear and straightforward, when at first this might appear a daunting prospect.

We guide our clients throughout the legal process and feel that it is important to be upfront with them about what type of legal considerations they should be thinking about following a spinal injury.

In the event that they do not have a viable case to progress, we try to provide as much legal support and advice as possible to support them in adjusting to life with a spinal cord injury.

Our Guide to the Law Following Serious Injury outlines the process of readjusting and tries to answer all frequently asked questions that we come across.

Whilst our series of blog posts for SIA has focused on the importance of claiming compensation in the event of wrongful harm to meet immediate and long-term care needs, the Guide covers wider legal issues.

The Guide addresses immediate legal considerations, such as appointing Power of Attorney; checking all insurance policies to check what immediate financial help that is available; and assessing care and housing needs.

Read more about our work with SIA here

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