Cameraman accident counselling is often an essential part of recovery after a traumatic injury at work. If you have been injured within the last three years and your employer or a third party was to blame for the accident, then you can make a claim for the costs if you require counselling. Accident Advice Helpline specialises in this area and has helped clients get the money owed to them. While we personally cannot arrange or pay for any sessions, our expert solicitors can secure an adequate compensation package for you to cover any outgoings.
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Getting started could not be easier as we do not force you to pay any upfront costs due to our no win no fee* policy. Our 24-hour free helpline is available to you if have any questions about accident counselling or require advice about starting a claim. Our helpful advisors are confidential and will do their best to talk through the options available to you without upsetting you or asking for personal information. If you do pursue a claim, then we will have to ask questions about the accident in order to build a case and match you with the ideal solicitor for your requirements and career type. You are under no obligation to take the case any further but we are always available to offer advice.
If your doctor has decided that psychological treatment is the next step in your recovery, then you are likely to be referred to a National Health Service counsellor. Unfortunately, the waiting lists for the NHS are very long and you might have to wait for an appointment for weeks or months. Private treatment can be budgeted for, but it can be costly if you have to attend numerous sessions. This is where we can provide a helping hand. You should not have to pay for counselling if the accident was not your fault. We will build a case using extensive medical evidence so that you can recoup these costs if you are successful.
Medical documents and evidence provided by your GP will form the backbone of your cameraman accident counselling claim. To support this evidence, you may have to take an independent assessment. This is usually a quick and simple process so you should not worry about any extra hassle while thinking about making a claim.
Cameramen can suffer a wide range of injuries that can be traumatic. For example, you may have suffered post-traumatic stress disorder after breaking several bones in a serious accident while filming on set or at a motor sports event. You may also have become wheelchair bound after a fall from an unsafe balcony. As long as the accident was not your fault, then you can claim counselling expenses.Open Claim Calculator
We have expert solicitors who are vastly experienced in securing compensation for clients requiring counselling. Compensation will help you to begin the road to recovery so call us today on 0800 180 4123 to start your accident counselling claims process.