In our next session of Complex Injury Forum webinar series, we’ll be joined by Sue Peters, a statutory funding expert from HCMS who will discuss the availability of statutory funding and how to maximise its use in catastrophic injury claims. Leanne Conisbee, legal director at Clyde & Co, will chair the talk.
In 2019 we launched a series of live events and webinars giving insurers the opportunity to hear from and put their questions to leading experts in established and emerging areas of complex injury. Each session is chaired by a senior member of our nationally-renowned Catastrophic Injury and Large Loss team.
Sue Peters is an Independent Advocate / Statutory Care Advisor at HCMS Ltd. In 2005 Sue established HCMS Ltd., specialising in advocacy and intervention casework. Sue strongly believes that by facilitating statutory assessments and implementing at an early stage care regimes funded from statutory sources, or a combination of statutory/private care, rehabilitation can be promoted, the burden on the family eased and future care reports will be based on realistic assessments of the actual provision in place. Increasingly Sue has become involved in negotiating partnership arrangements with statutory authorities, with top-up provision from a third party to ensure that the entirety of needs are met. Sue is also an experienced trainer and regularly provides training for case managers, insurers, solicitors and care professionals on all aspects of statutory provision.