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Care Home Claims Limited is registered in England, company number 08322124. Registered office 4 Brewery Place, Leeds, LS10 1NE. Email info@carehomeclaims.co.uk.

Although the deadline for historic claims has now passed, we are able to look at claims post 2013. If you believe that your relative is entitled to NHS funding for their fees, fill out the form below and we will be in touch.

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"I can not express how grateful I am that Care Home Claims have been able to recover such a large sum of money with regards to my late mother's care home costs. Well done to all of your team."

Care Home Claims client Lee, who recovered £143,929.15 from his late mother's claim.

 

"I would like to thank you for the prompt and efficient way in which you have dealt with this matter - I would not have known where to start. I spotted your advertisement in the paper initially and contacted you rather in hope than in expectation but am now so grateful that I did and I will be happy to recommend your services to any freinds and colleages as appropriate. Thanking you once again."

Care Home Claims client who recovered £56k from her late mother's claim.

We are Care Home Claims specialists.

About Care Home Claims

We are a dedicated company who specialise in recovering fees which have been wrongly paid by elderly care home residents in England and Wales.

If you, a friend or a relative have a primary health need then the NHS should fund the cost of your care and Care Home Claims have been successful in reclaiming wrongly paid care home fees since 2012. We have advised over 20,000 people and have helped recover over £7million to date.

Have you received a letter from Keypoint Law? Read more here.

Who is Eligible?

If your relative has a Primary Healthcare Need, the NHS should provide and pay for their care, including residential home fees. This is done through NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding.

What is a Primary Healthcare Need?

A Healthcare need is one related to the treatment or prevention of a disease, illness, injury or disability and associated aftercare.

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