Have your health needs been assessed correctly?
If your or a loved one's health needs were wrongly assessed by a local health authority then you may have incorrectly ended up having to pay for your own care.
Local health authorities all over the country have incorrectly assessed thousands of people's needs and denied them of the free NHS care that they should have been entitled to.
If you suffer from dementia, Alzheimer's disease or any other severe physical or mental disability, it is these kind of health needs that means you should be eligible for free care.
If, however, your local health authority carried out an incorrect health needs assessment then you may have been forced to pay expensive care home fees out of your own pocket instead.
By law, those with serious health needs should receive full or part funding for continuing care under the NHS.
Many people have already taken their local health authority to task over these mistakes and have received £1000s in compensation as a result.