The NHS is responsible for paying care home fees for people in care for medical reasons. Quite often people enter a care home for non-medical related reasons but their circumstances may change over time. If they develop medical related issues whilst they are in a care home then they may be eligible for NHS Continuing Health Care which means that they will not have to pay fees in the future.

If you have been paying care home or nursing home fees you may be eligible for a refund or to have the NHS pay the fees in future.

We can assist you with this on a no win no fee basis. This means that you pay nothing upfront and only pay if you win.

Our initial assessment is FREE and will help you to decide whether to make a claim for a refund of care home fees.

Are you eligible to claim?

People in care homes do not necessarily have to pay for their own care.

Every person needing long-term care because they are ill should be individually assessed for their medical and health needs first and not their ability to pay.

Britain has nearly half a million care home residents and only around half are paying their own care home fees.

NHS continuing healthcare may be available to you if your requirement for care is down to health related problems.

We will help you find out if you have a valid claim and advise you on how to proceed.

Contact Robert Males today on 01442 430 900 to discuss your situation or email