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Serious Injury Compensation Solicitors

Rachel Relf

Client Support Manager Rachel Relf CFG Law serious injury solicitors

Rachel is a Client Support Manager at CFG Law, with particular expertise in musculoskeletal injuries including major trauma and hand injuries.

Rachel qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1993, graduating from the University of Salford with a BSc Hons and has practiced as an Occupational Therapist ever since. Rachel has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in a wide range of health conditions having spent over 22 years working in various senior roles in acute trusts in the NHS. Her varied experience enables Rachel to utilise her clinical skills and expertise to help clients at CFG Law.

Having extensive experience of working as an Occupational Therapist as part of a team, Rachel is able to communicate with, and work collaboratively with other health care professionals, charities and organisations to support our clients’ needs. She is entirely client-centred and takes a holistic approach to get the best outcomes for clients and their families. Rachel ensures clients’ rehabilitation and treatment plans are successfully coordinated and delivered, ensuring the best physical and functional outcomes for clients.

Rachel has an empathetic and holistic approach, ensuring all her clients reach their full potential from a physical and psychological perspective and gets a great deal of job satisfaction from seeing her clients improve.

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