A new national service for individuals affected by major trauma has been launched by a group of leading law firms and medics.

Headed by Trevor Sterling, a specialist personal injury lawyer and managing partner at Moore Barlow, the Major Trauma Group was set up by Sterling’s firm, along with Boyes Turner, CL Medilaw, Enable Law and The Brain Injury Group in collaboration with medical clinicians.

It comes at a time of global pandemic when NHS funding for major trauma centres and rehabilitation has reached an all-time low.

The service will help assist those affected by major trauma and raise awareness of the issues faced by patients, such as the need for a review of the government’s injury cost recovery scheme ...

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