Rehab proving its worth as Grenfell claims continue

Grenfell memorial

Rehabilitation service providers have claimed rehab is "intrinsic to the insurance proposition" as Grenfell claims continue five years on from the disaster.

Corporé managing director, Mark Stirrup, said: “Grenfell, in particular, had a very particular set of circumstances, with liability only being admitted earlier this year, five years after the event

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