Last week, Bush & Company launched SIA Case Management in partnership with the Spinal Injuries Association and is off to a great start in assisting those with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) to live fulfilled lives.

In its first week, solicitors have shown their confidence and support for the new service, with a stream of clients being referred for specialist support. Stewarts, specialising in complex, catastrophic cases now has a number of clients matched with an expert catastrophic case manager as they begin their rehabilitation journey.

Paul Paxton, Partner at Stewarts commented “At Stewarts we’re committed to fighting for the needs and rights of our clients and ensuring they have access to quality care and rehabilitation as they navigate their way through what has happened to them and begin to rebuild their lives.

“We are working with Bush & Company and Spinal Injuries Association through SIA Case Management because of our shared values in supporting clients and the established expertise both brands have built over the years in managing catastrophic cases.”

Paul went on to say “Suffering a serious injury is devastating. It can be a traumatic time as clients come to terms with the impact of their injury on their everyday lives and there are many barriers to engaging in rehabilitation that they face; both physically and mentally. We conduct more SCI cases than any other law firm in the UK and work with some of the most complex cases and it’s important to us that we work with highly specialist, experienced case managers who can give our clients access to a whole host of rehabilitation support including managing their injuries, getting back into work and behavioural support.”

Helen Jackson, Managing Director of Bush & Company said “We’re delighted that Stewarts have seen what SIA Case Management can offer to those people with a SCI. When we formed the partnership with Spinal Injuries Association, we wanted people to trust in the expertise of both brands that have been established over many years and it’s great to see a firm such as Stewarts being early adopters.

“Our commitment to providing case management services for catastrophic cases is as strong now as it was when we entered the catastrophic injury market in 2005 with us supporting over 200 catastrophically injured clients in 2017 alone and our joint ventures launched this year put us in a great place to continue our commitment alongside great brands.”

Cases referred to SIA Case Management also provide sustainable future investment into SIA support services for those without a legal claim. To find out more information about the service visit www.siacasemanagement.co.uk or call 01327 223821.