New service to help health service recover injury costs in light of 'outdated legislation'

Personal injury firm Moore Blatch has launched a 'major trauma service' to work with NHS Trauma Centres across the UK.

The new service aims to identify the needs of patients at the outset of an injury and ensure that, as well as any legal compensation claim, clients receive the additional legal advice required by their individual circumstances.

Moore Blatch said that collaboration with the NHS would facilitate additional patient treatment otherwise unavailable on the health service; provide a focus on rehabilitation; reduce the impact on social care; and potentially increase the recovery of NHS injury costs.

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