If you were recently involved in a baseball accident, you may have been recommended to have baseball accident counselling. Such counselling can help you process what happened and stimulate you towards a healthy, balanced future. When you experience an accident, the effect of it can be psychological as much as physical. Your doctor may recommend that you see a counsellor to assess and improve your mental health following an accident. Such medical advice is not to be taken lightly, as untreated mental suffering could seriously impact on your daily life and hold you back from fully realising your ambitions.
Your counselling options
There are many excellent counsellors working through the NHS, providing their services at no direct cost to you. When you are recommended to undergo psychological treatment, your doctor is likely to give you the contact details of an NHS counsellor. Sometimes, however, you may find that NHS counselling can be some distance from where you live, meaning that you have will have to pay significant travelling costs. In addition, if you are placed on a waiting list, you may have to delay your treatment until a counsellor becomes available.
If you decide that you cannot wait, and sometimes waiting for treatment is not simply an inconvenience, but a serious detriment to your daily life, you could ask to see a private counsellor. The benefits of going private are that you have an increased choice of where to go and when your treatment can start.
Private counselling, however, can set you back financially, as counsellors charge per session for their treatment. This is where Accident Advice Helpline could be of some assistance.
How can we help?
We can help by giving you personal injury advice and, if you have a valid claim, by representing you through the legal process. When you contact us on our free helpline, on 0800 689 0500, one of our advisors will go through the details of your accident with you. If you are eligible to make a claim, we will then match you with one of our no win, no fee personal injury solicitors. All of our lawyers are dedicated to helping you gain the best possible compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline was established to help people who suffered an accident through no fault of their own. We have made thousands of successful claims for financial compensation since we started in 2000. Although we do not pay directly towards private counselling costs, you can use a successful claim to pay towards your fees and expenses.
When playing baseball, you may have been injured because another player ran into you, giving you a fracture or concussion. You may have lost consciousness when you were struck by the bat or the ball. The playing field may have been dangerous to play on because there were obscured holes in the ground that tripped you up, or nearby objects such as trees or lighting masts could have toppled over and injured you.
If you think that your accident was someone else’s fault, you could have a strong case for financial compensation.
Date Published: November 30, 2014
Author: David Brown