Natalie Cosgrove chairs rehabilitation webinar for serious injury clients

I recently chaired a webinar organised by STEPS Rehabilitation entitled ‘Getting Clients Home’. The webinar – which is now available to view on the STEPS website – included presentations from a variety of speakers all with a shared interest in improving the quality of life of clients and their families. A serious injury or medical negligence can impact upon many areas of a person’s life and this was reflected in the range of different speakers and subjects.

As a law firm specialising in these areas, we were delighted to be involved in this event, which perfectly reflects the approach we take with our clients. Helping a client after a life-changing illness or incident isn’t just about securing the maximum amount of compensation. We work closely with all of our clients to determine exactly how their lives will change and help them to plan for all of the things they will need and establish how their life will be affected. We then start to plan their future with them so that ultimately we can establish the level of compensation they will need at each stage of their lives. We strongly encourage all organisations involved in helping to improve the quality of life of those affected by a serious injury or medical negligence, to work together in a collaborative way.

The webinar included presentations from rehabilitation specialists at STEPS, legal specialists in both personal injury and Court of Protection matters and an architect specialising in inclusive design. To see a replay of the webinar, simply contact STEPS by email on hello@stepsrehabilitation.co.uk and they will send you a link and a password for the webinar. We hope you find the webinar useful and if you have any questions we’ll be happy to help you.

If you need help or advice as a result of a serious injury or medical negligence, call us on 0800 138 0458 or contact us through the website and we can discuss your circumstances with you.

Natalie Cosgrove

Natalie is an Associate Solicitor within our Clinical Negligence team in Sheffield. She qualified as a Barrister in 2008, then cross-qualified as a Solicitor in 2011. She joined Switalskis in November 2016. Natalie's profile