Assistive technology has a key role to play in the rehabilitation of victims, says Paul Doyle, but such solutions need to be more than an afterthought in personal injury claims

The inclusion of an effective assistive technology provision is an important factor to consider when pursuing a personal injury or medical negligence claim.

However, there are a number of issues that need to be considered in a timely manner in order to ensure that any assistive technology recommendations made during the process are able to fully maximise a client’s capacity to live as independently as they want.

Wide spectrum

Assistive technology (AT) is any product or service designed to enable independence for disabled and older people. It incorporates a wide spectrum of products and/or services that ha...

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