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If you've suffered an injury, we can take care of your rehabilitation

Getting expert recovery advice, physiotherapy and any other necessary ongoing treatment following your accident is essential to helping you make the best recovery possible.

Your injury may have led to you having to take time off work, having trouble getting around or struggling to look after your family. We know that you want to get back on your feet as quickly as possible.

That's why we'll arrange treatment for your injury. We understand how frustrating being injured can be; that's why our expert physiotherapists are here to help.

How does the rehabilitation service work?

Our rehabilitation service is an option you can take as part of your claim with us.

When you contact us about your injury, we will assess whether we can help you with your claim. If we can, we'll put you in contact with one of our specialist solicitor firms.

Once you and your solicitor agree to start your personal injury claim, they'll assess your need for physiotherapy and support.

54% were anxious about how long it would take to get better

There are two ways your physiotherapy can begin, depending on the time of your injury and the nature of your injury.

  1. You'll be contacted by a rehabilitation provider, who has been approached by your solicitor. They'll go through an assessment over the phone with you, asking you about your injury and accident. They'll advise if they can help you, and arrange an appointment.
  2. As part of your claim, you're invited to a free medical assessment. During your medical assessment, your doctor may feel you need physiotherapy to help you fully recover. If this is the case then your doctor will arrange an appointment for you to see one of our expert physiotherapists.

Your appointment will be arranged at a location and time convenient for you, this is likely to be a location close to your workplace or home. An appointment with one of our physiotherapists typically last between 20 and 30 minutes.

Your physiotherapist will be looking to assess your injuries and how they can best help you to recover.

They'll then create a plan or routine that is tailored to your needs. This may be a series of exercises for you to do at home, a massage to ease the pain, or a combination of the two.

Find out more about physiotherapy and rehabilitation after an accident injury

See what happens when you're referred for a physiotherapy appointment.

Find out more about physiotherapy and rehabilitation after an accident injury

The first step to your compensation and our rehabilitation service is to get in contact with us for free on  .

You don't need to worry about feeling pressured to claim when you do call us, as we're also able to provide free and confidential advice relating to your experience.

Who pays for my treatment?

There are no upfront costs involved in arranging your treatment or physiotherapy. The cost of your rehabilitation is included in your overall claim.

If your claim is successful, your medical fees are included in your compensation. This includes the cost of your physiotherapy,

If your claim is unsuccessful, you won't have to pay for the physiotherapy costs.

If you are making a claim against your employer following a work accident, or against a friend or family member following a passenger accident in a car, you might be worried about the cost of your treatment being charged to them.

You don't need to worry about the cost of your compensation or treatment, as their insurance policy will cover any compensation costs.