Independent Nurse Led Triage

At Accident Rehab we realise that every accident impacts differently on each individual and we understand the importance of early identification which is why we our unique triage guarantees an accurate assessment of their needs and a structured rehabilitation plan.

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Industry Knowledge

With over 15 years experience working in the personal injury sector Accident Rehab has the appropriate skills set and knowledge to meet the demands of the ever changing rehabilitation market. We understand the need for accurate early resolution of low value cases and the impacts cases law such a Wright V Sullivan (2005) and Singh V Loughlin ( 2013) have had on the industry.

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Online Reporting Portal

We realise that time is of the essence in low value claims so with the use of our online portal and unique software we are able to guarantee that every report is tailor made to your client’s specific needs and give’s a holistic independent view of their rehabilitation needs. Once the report is completed it is available for download.

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Independent Nurse Led Triage answer for Whiplash Claims

Independent Nurse Led Triage for Whiplash Claims In his autumn statement the Chancellor announced that he planned to raise the small claims limit to 5k and abolish compensation for whiplash claims in an attempt to reduce fraud. He has said that any savings should be passed down to each tax paying driver reducing their premiums

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Rehab stalwarts launch FastAssess

Our lovely friends at Post Mag have been kind enough to do a press release on our new product FastAssess. I think I should have popped to the hairdressers before the photo shoot!               Rehabilitation experts from Accident Rehab & former Managing Director of HCML have joined forces to

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What makes the 2015 Rehab Code different?

It has been 8 years since the Rehab Code was updated. Since then we’ve seen the Jackson reforms in 2013 and the introduction of Medco earlier this year, not forgetting changes to the Health Service and Welfare Reforms leaving many to believe that the rehab code was no longer fit for purpose. Whilst the concept

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PTSD Rehabilitation for witnesses of Tunisian Shootings!

Just over 2 weeks ago, I was sitting on the beach in Sousse soaking up the sunshine only metres away from where the Tunisan attacks took place last Friday. With clear blue skies, crystal waters and white sands, this is an idyllic place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.  

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Rehabilitation & Compensation!

I stumbled across an article in the Daily Mail this morning about the horrendous accident at Alton Towers last week where 14 people were injured, 4 of them seriously. We now know that Leah Washington a 17 year old girl on a first date,  was one of the more seriously injured sustaining an above knee

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The Rehab Code 2015

Last week I attended the market brief on the revised Rehabilitation Code and Case Manager’s Guide. The Rehabilitation Code was first published in 1999 and was last updated in 2007. Since then there have been many significant changes in the industry, most importantly the Jackson reforms in 2013, which left many people in the industry

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