Claim back your
Have you or one of your relatives ever paid for care?
If so, are you aware that thousands of patients and their relatives have unnecessarily paid and are still paying for Care Fees whether they are or were in a care home or receiving care in their own homes.
Are you or a relative entitled
to a refund?
Care fees can be costly. Of course, every penny is worth it to help those close to you feel safe and secure. However, it is coming to light that there may be many people who have been paying care fees when actually, the money should have been funded by the NHS.
Fortunately, there is now the potential for this money to be returned. Creditline's team of experts are now available to help you claim back any fees that you should not have been paying.
The costs can be anything between a staggering £400 and £1200 per week!
What many people are unaware of is that the NHS is responsible for paying care fees when the patients are suffering from conditions such as:
As a result of this, there are many people out there who could be paying care fees out of their own pockets when they do not, in fact, need to.
If one of the following situations applies to yourself or a relative, you could well be eligible to claim your care fees back. The NHS is required to pay for a patients care fees when they have severe health problems such as:
If any of these situations sound relevant to you, then get in contact with Creditline now. We can help.
Previously, in England, each health authority used a different set of criteria to assess the funding a patient was eligible for.
Since October 2007 however, the rules for assessment changed and one system was implemented for the whole of England.
Posted by Tim Rex on 15 Feb 2012