We are all acutely aware that the care sector is in crisis. Recruitment and retention of staff is proving more difficult than ever and, as a consequence, there has been huge growth in the wages being offered to carers.

The changes have major implications for injury claimants who require care packages. Dan Herman joined Emma Lyons to discuss requirements for experts reporting in these cases, case managers (on the ground and in witness evidence) and members of rehabilitation teams.

Dan will explored practical steps to consider in the course of litigation to protect claimants and ensure the advancement of appropriate and realistic care claims.


Watch the webinar here.

How will the care crisis affect evidence in injury claims? - Dan Herman


This is a link to a summary of the BABICM ‘Perfect Storm’ survey, referenced by Dan in the webinar.

The British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Management (BABICM) recently surveyed its members following concerns regarding recruitment and retention of support work staff, increased costs associated with recruitment and employment of support work staff, and the likely impact of mandatory vaccinations for staff.
Read the results ‘Perfect Storm Survey’. 



About the speaker –  Daniel Herman, Partner

Dan Herman - Personal InjurySince 1999, Daniel has only acted for clients with very serious injuries. Most of his clients have sustained a spinal cord injury or a brain injury. He has particular expertise in cross-border cases: acting on behalf of British clients injured overseas or foreign nationals injured in the UK.

Daniel has been involved in more than 60 cases in which the claimant received compensation in excess of £1m.

Described by Chambers as “an utterly first class lawyer” and by The Legal 500 as “highly knowledgeable”, Daniel was also the first-ever Association of Personal Injury Lawyer accredited spinal cord injury specialist solicitor.




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