Nursing care

Are you or a relative paying care home fees? If so, you may be due a refund.

If an individual is in a nursing or care home because of physical or mental health needs, the cost of their care should be the responsibility of the NHS. However, around 40% of Britain’s 440,000 care home residents are self-funding their care, meaning that thousands of families in England and Wales are incorrectly footing the bill.

Hugh James Nursing Care is one of the leading national experts in the recovery of wrongly paid care home fees; our specialist nursing care team have successfully recovered over £80 million for our clients.

If you believe that you or a family member may be paying for care which should be funded by the NHS, then the first step is to contact one of our team members to discuss your case. This is a no obligation discussion and our team will do everything they can to talk you through the process. It’s also possible to claim retrospectively for a family member who may have sadly passed away.

Contact our team using the details on the right of this page, or make an enquiry using the link below and one of our team members will be in touch as soon as possible.


Testimonials

Thank you so much for all the brilliant work you have done on behalf of me and my mother, Dorothy Clement. You are such a very excellent lawyer. I am so delighted with how you have handled my claim
Sallie Walton, Cornwall

We would like to thank you for all the work and guidance. You were very professional and yet very approachable and gave us confidence to continue with the case. Thank you once again.
Mr and Mrs E, South Wales

Thank you for superb work on mum’s behalf; and excellent result. Many thanks.
Mr H, Bristol

Thank you very much for all your work in my father’s case for NHS Continuing Healthcare. Your work was without doubt instrumental to the successful outcome.
Mrs P, Northants

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