If you have been involved in a serious accident on a chalet holiday and are struggling to recover from the psychological impact of your injuries, then chalet accident counselling can aid your rehabilitation. Accident Advice Helpline can help you to make a counselling compensation claim and recoup the costs of counselling if the accident was the fault of a third party. How much you get will depend on the circumstances and the number of sessions your doctor recommends. Call 0800 689 0500 to talk to one of our helpful advisors if you are interested in making a counselling claim.
Accident counselling is often essential following a traumatic accident, and a medical expert is likely to want to you start immediately if they have recommended it as a best course of action. Unfortunately, many people are struggling to get the help they need in a timely manner due to long waiting lists on the NHS. Private treatment is a viable option, however, the costs of private sessions can put a strain on finances, especially if you are currently unable to work due to your injuries. We can help in this situation by assisting you with a claim to cover the costs of medical fees and therapy. This will ensure that you get the money you need to improve your mental health and begin the journey back to a normal everyday life. Our expert solicitors work on your behalf to make a claim against the third party responsible for your injuries.
Making a claim
To make a claim, you must have been injured within the last three years and received medical attention for the injuries at the time of the accident. It must also have been someone else’s fault. For instance, if you were on holiday at a chalet and fell from an unsafe balcony or tripped over a hole in the staircase, then you have the right to file a claim against those that were negligent. In this case, it is often the fault of the owner of the holiday site or your travel agent if you booked the holiday as part of a package. You also need to prove their negligence by providing details, witness accounts, and photographs of the incident.
Counselling claims also require medical evidence to support your need for counselling sessions. This can be in the form of documents sent by your doctor, although there are circumstances when an independent assessment is required. If this is the case, we can arrange an assessment for you. We will do everything we can to make the process quick, simple, and painless for you. If you are claiming for expenses, then it is recommended that you keep any medical bills or other financial records which show your loss of income.
Our expert lawyers work on a no win, no fee* policy, so you could start the process today. You can begin by calling our free 24-hour helpline for advice and assistance. Our friendly advisors will be on hand to discuss your case and to talk through all the options available to you.
Date Published: October 17, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Holiday accident claims