Premex+ joins Major Trauma Group

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Premex+ has joined forces with law firms in the Major Trauma Group to provide specialist independent medical reports and holistic rehabilitation services to the people it supports.

Established in 2020, the group supports people affected by major trauma in their rehabilitation journey through integrated legal, health and social care pathways to recovery.

Formed by four of law firms and the Brain Injury Group in collaboration with medical clinicians, the Major Trauma Group has since grown to encompass specialist independent financial advisory services, with a membership that is 11 organisations strong.

Premex+ brings a robust knowledge of serious injury case handling, with more than 10 years of experience assisting law firms and insurers to obtain complex medical evidence to support and substantiate claims.

Its team works with more than 3,000 practicing medical experts who possess extensive knowledge on a range of serious injury fields, including brain and head injuries, amputation, spinal injuries, and fatal accidents.

Richard Neve, head of sales at Premex+, commented: “Premex+ is delighted to be partnering with the Major Trauma Group to help achieve their ambition of providing holistic pathways to rehabilitation. By joining the group and collaborating with their committee of experts, we will be able to support in ensuring major trauma and complex injury recovery is delivered efficiently across the UK.”

“As providers of medicolegal expertise, we understand the importance of survivors obtaining the very best care on their recovery journey, and we are looking forward to working more closely with the Group’s members to enable us to provide further support to those who have suffered a major trauma or serious injury.”

Trevor Sterling, chair of the Major Trauma Group, said: “We are excited to welcome Premex+ to the Group, who uphold our shared ideal of providing the very best provision of holistic rehabilitation services for major trauma survivors. An important part of the recovery process is to ensure that patients receive the right medicolegal and rehabilitation services for them, and we are looking forward to harnessing the expertise of Premex+ in this area.”

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