“The Care Review Bureau were able to offer us information that had not been available from other sources which enabled their solicitors to deal with the claim successfully on our behalf, thank you for an excellent service” -Mr & Mrs Watson - Poole, Dorset
“May I take this opportunity to say thank you for all your hard work and perseverance in regard to my mother's care home fees. I have today received a cheque for £11,074.50p for which I am truly grateful. Without you none of this would have been possible.” -Maureen Isherwood - Preston

Have you or a loved one paid for care since 1st April 2012? You may be entitled to a refund on all the money you have paid for care so far and you may not have to pay again in the future.

It is possible that the fees you or a loved one have paid or are currently being charged for nursing or care homes should be settled by the NHS, under the NHS Continuing Healthcare scheme. We are specialists in assessing your individual circumstances and helping you to claim your money back.

BBC Claim Care Home fee funding video

Thousands of people across England have been forced to pay for long-term nursing care. The truth is that NHS Continuing Healthcare should be free for many people. By calling our team of advisers we can take the first step in assessing your case and begin the process of recovery. We never make any up front charges and only accept payment for our service if we are successful in recovering your funds. Even if a loved one has passed away, you may still be eligible to claim.

Finding out if you are eligible to claim could not be easier; simply fill out the contact form on the right of the page and we will contact you. Alternatively, call us free between 9am and 5.30pm weekdays on 0800 009 6999. We have a dedicated team of advisers waiting to help you. Make the first step today in recovering money that is rightfully yours.

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