If you have suffered an accident while playing beach volleyball, then your doctor may decide that you need beach volleyball accident counselling treatments to help with your recovery. Spending time relaxing on a beach is usually an enjoyable experience that makes up a large part of the holiday experience both at home and abroad. There are numerous beach sporting events available for holidaymakers, with volleyball being one of the most popular and widely available.
Unfortunately, playing beach volleyball is not without risk, and there is the potential for individuals to sustain physical injuries such as broken bones, dislocations, and torn ligaments. These, and other accidents caused by beach volleyball, may require counselling to help the victim deal with the emotional and psychological effects of the accident.
Beach volleyball accident counselling: public or private?
If your doctor has recommended that you attend counselling treatment because of your beach volleyball accident, then it is usually advisable to begin counselling as soon as you can. However, in practice this may not be possible, because with the NHS public health system it can take a considerable length of time before an appointment becomes available. Under these circumstances, paying for private beach volleyball accident counselling yourself will get you the treatment you need faster, but at a considerable financial expense.
Years of experience
Established in 2000, Accident Advice Helpline has managed thousands of claims for people like you who have been injured due to third party negligence. As such, we are ideally placed to give you expert advice on your case. Television personality Dame Esther Rantzen, who is also known as a UK consumer champion, is our patron. We can let you know whether it is possible to recoup money spent on private counselling treatments, as well as for related costs you may have incurred as a result of your accident.
Can I claim other costs relating to my accident?
If you have incurred related expenses in addition to beach volleyball accident counselling costs, such as travel costs to and from counselling treatments and prescription charges, then we may also be able to file a claim for these expenditures. It is important to keep receipts to help with this process.
How much does the claims process cost?
There is no cost for our initial advice. After speaking to Accident Advice Helpline, you may decide to go ahead and file a claim for money spent on beach volleyball accident counselling. All of our specialist personal injury lawyers work on a no win, no fee basis.
Who should I contact for advice?
Speaking to Accident Advice Helpline as a first step will give you the information you need about making a claim, and about compensation in general. Simply call our free, 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 at a time that suits you. From your mobile phone, the number to call is 0333 500 0993. Alternatively, you have the option of texting claim365 to 88010, and an advisor will call you back to discuss your case.
Date Published: November 26, 2015
Author: Lee Tadd