If you have been hurt whilst watching or participating in caber tossing, then caber tossing accident counselling could really help with your recovery. Most people tend to concentrate on the physical effects of their accidents, and that is obviously sensible in the immediate term, but leaving psychological damage untreated can lead to it getting worse. What can start out as small problems like difficulty thinking about the accident, can end up as severe issues such as generalised anxiety, making it hard to cope with day-to-day life.
Getting counselling on the NHS is possible but can be a slow process, with long waiting lists par for the course. It is also very difficult to get specialist counselling that way. If you can find a private counsellor who is able to help you though, and if your doctor confirms that counselling is something you need, it may be possible for you to get funding for your treatment as part of an accident compensation package. Accident Advice Helpline can help you to do that.
Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline is a legal firm that was set up specially to deal with compensation claims, and we are proud to have some of the best solicitors in the business on our team. We have successfully claimed funding for counselling for a great many people and our telephone advisors are always ready to talk through potential new cases. If you call us it does not mean that you will have to claim with us—we will never put you under any pressure—but it will give you the chance to find out if a claim is possible for you. We will not charge you any money for this advice. If you decide you want our help in claiming, we will work on a no win, no fee* basis, so you can have access to good quality legal representation even if your financial means are limited.
What the counselling process involves
There is a lot of mystery around how counselling works. In fact, the approach used tends to depend on the needs of the individual, so your first session will focus on establishing what those needs are. If you get specialist caber tossing accident counselling you can work with someone who is already able to understand and anticipate some of the ways you are likely to have been affected. The pace of the treatment will be worked out between you and your counsellor so that you do not feel overwhelmed and you can deal with psychological problems one by one.
What the claims process involves
At Accident Advice Helpline we realise how upsetting accidents can be and the last thing we want is for the claims process to add to your distress. We will always treat you with sensitivity and we will do our best to keep the process simple for you, for instance by arranging for you to work with your solicitor by phone or email so you do not have to worry about travelling. If possible, we will arrange things so that you do not even have to appear in court. You have a right to compensation that will help with your recovery and we can help to make sure that right is respected.
Date Published: October 16, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Other sporting accident claims