"Service second to none - will always use Sinclairs for legal representation"
Betty Franklin, Barry
"Michael was absolutely amazing. I had so much confidence in him and he put me at ease and explained step by step the procedures throughout. I got the outcome I wanted which was best for my son."
sharon sugarman, london
"Mike was professional, efficient and friendly. We always felt that we could trust him and that he treated our Son as he would have his own child. Our Son`s special needs are now met. Our hard earned and limited money was well spent!"
"Sinclairs must be the one and only Solictor/Samaritans service in the country. You have completely changed the course of our son's life and there are no words to express the depth of our gratitude to you."
Fotios , Gloucester
"Mike, Your expertise, passion and understanding were outstanding + keeping costs to a minimum, appreciated. My son now has the chance of an education which will change the course of his life forever. I'd highly recommend you to anyone ..you are amazing!"
Sarah Henderson, London
"Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Words can't express how grateful I am for all your hard work, professionalism and belief in myself. You are fantastic at your job and I truly believe that I wouldn't have had the same result if it wasn't for yourself."
"Thank you Rob, I am very grateful to you for all your help advice and support. I really feel that you were an Angel sent and could not have done it without your friendly manner and your belief in me. God Bless and have a wonderful Christmas."
"After another Central London Education Law Firm failed, Mike was confident with my case from the offest and succeeded in reinstating me back into Leicester Medical School! What makes Mike so good, is not just his really good way with words, his vast experience or his in-depth knowledge of law, but his genuine compassion for his clients. He genuinely treats his clients like his own children. I will be referring a lot of people to this firm in the future. Thanks again SinclairsLaw, you have genuinely changed my life and I will be eternally grateful"
"When times seemed hard and apparent incompetence of others around us seemed to far outweigh our own resources, it was a breath of fresh air to have you dealing with this important issue on our behalf. Your enthusiasm and professionalism knew no boundaries along with your sense of humour, which I remember has been tested to certain limits, but at least we could smile whilst making progress."
Simon & Liz, Carmarthen
"You are a premier league firm. What more can I say"
P. Mohaministrani, london
Community Care Assessments – Adults
If you believe that your community care assessment is wrong for some reason, or if you are unhappy with its outcome, Sinclairslaw will be able to offer you specialist advice about your situation. As a general principle, a person may not have community care services until the local authority has carried out a community care assessment and made a decision that the person is eligible for such services. For adults, the right to an assessment is contained in s47 NHS & Community Care Act 1990. The local authority must carry out such an assessment where the person has the ‘appearance of need’ for community care services; it is not necessary for a person to have to request a community care assessment for a local authority to be under a duty to complete one. A full assessment is often referred to as a ‘unified assessment’ (or sometimes a ‘social care assessment’) and such assessments are wide-ranging, taking into account all of a person’s health and social care needs. As well as obtaining information from the person being assessed, the assessment may also include information from other sources, such as their carer(s), GP and medical professionals. It is important to note that not all of a person’s care needs (known as ‘presenting needs’) will be met by social services. Most local authorities will meet a person’s needs only where the needs are ‘substantial’ or ‘critical’ and, if so, these needs are referred to as ‘eligible needs’, for which services to meet those needs must be provided. At Sinclairslaw, we recognise that an unsatisfactory community care assessment is often a source of difficulty for people with community care needs. We have considerable experience in advising people who find themselves in this situation and we would be happy to help you. Community Care Assessments - Children >>>
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