Clinical trial accident counselling is very important for people who have suffered during medical testing. Although no one goes into a clinical trial without being aware of the risks involved, complications and accidents that occur are often extremely detrimental to your health. Injuries vary dependant on the nature of the trials, but regardless of the extent of the injury, in many cases victims are left with long-term health problems, meaning it can be difficult to adjust to life post-accident.
Our aim here at Accident Advice Helpline is to help you get your life back on track – psychologically, financially and physically. This is what compensation law is designed for – not only to help you cover the costs of your medical fees, but also to give those who have suffered an accident a little closure in knowing that those responsible have had to deal with the repercussions of their negligence. If you bring your case to the attention of Accident Advice Helpline within three years of your injury and your doctor has agreed that counselling will be beneficial to your recovery, we could help to secure you compensation that will cover the costs of private clinical trial accident counselling.
What is clinical trial accident counselling?
If your doctor has recommended counselling as a part of your recovery, you may be referred for NHS counselling. The only downside with this is that often this type of counselling isn’t specific to the injuries you have, and it can be a matter of months before a counsellor has an available appointment. One of the main advantages in going private for your clinical trial accident counselling is that you can start to recover as soon as possible. You may find that you only need a handful of sessions, or you may prefer to receive ongoing treatment. Some people require only a couple of sessions to start feeling better, while others need a little longer and some receive counselling on a long-term basis. We’re here to get you better, so regardless of how much or little treatment you need, you can count on us to try our hardest to secure financial support for your private counselling.
Why call Accident Advice Helpline?
If you have had an accident and have already begun a course of private counselling, give us a call to see if we can help you to claim back this expenditure as a part of your compensation claim. Keep hold of any related medical notes and receipts, as these are crucial to establishing how much your course of medical treatment has cost you thus far.
Similarly, if your doctor has prescribed you counselling and you don’t want your treatment to be put on hold due to NHS waiting lists, you may also decide to seek private counselling. Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you fund the costs of your private counselling, claiming these fees as a part of your compensation settlement.
Give our team of friendly advisors a call on our free 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. What are you waiting for? Start your recovery today.
Date Published: May 11, 2015
Author: David Brown