a grooooot paartie

CompSol's Lee-Ann Williams went the extra mile in tracking down and helping a homeless man, who was treated by one of their medical service providers.

Lee-Anne explains:

"We got involved when *Joe received his new prosthetic leg from one our CompSol medical service providers. In processing the claim, we found that he also had a substantial pension amount due to him. But Joe* was homeless and moved around a bit so it was quite a mission finding him.

When we did find him, we didn't want to mention his windfall at that stage because Pumsa, aka the 'social worker', commented that they were going to have a 'grooooot paartie' once he got the money. Then, another strange looking character announced that Joe* would treat them all.

Try opening a banking account for a man with no fixed address.You need a letter from the ward councillor. Try tracking down the ward councillor for Ward 49!

The experience made me realise once again how fortunate we are to have the basic comforts in life. A roof over our head. Hot water. A plate of food every day. Education!

*Joe not his real name.

Step 1 - Employer logs an injury on the CompSol system.Step 2 - Medical service providers are notified about the injured employee.Step 3 - Medical service provider logs all details on CompSol system and gets paid.