Laird announce strategic partnership with Accident Rehab

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27 May 2014


Laird are delighted to announce a partnership with local rehabilitation company Accident Rehab. The collaboration combines the highly efficient Expert Witness providers with the vast skills of one of the most innovative rehabilitation managers.

Laird’s director, Nik Ellis said, “We’re delighted to be working alongside Helen and her team and have a clear vision of how we can bring our systems to Accident Rehab to make a genuine positive difference to the customer journey they provide. Rehabilitation and case management creates a massive amount of admin which would be better served by automation leaving the medical team to bring their talents to benefit the client. We look forward to seeing the development of AR over the coming months.”

Accident Rehab’s director, Helen Spillards said, “We can utilise Laird’s automation to improve our efficiency by applying it to a multitude of administration tasks, leaving our medical team to use their prime skills rather than be swamped with admin. This allows us to be exceptional and our processes seamless, quick and efficient. The benefits to our clients in speed of triage & effective rehabilitation will speak for themselves. We’re very excited about further exciting developments, including an innovative triage assessment system, direct data transfer & case tracking.

Over recent years Laird have expanded beyond their traditional automotive arena providing expert witness services such as injury photography, locus reports, translation & interpretation so this is a natural step in their evolution.

For more information on Laird or any of their services, please contact Pippa Saunders on 0151 342 0670 or pippa.saunders@laird-assessors.com



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