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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Homeopath injury advice

    Homeopath injury advice might be needed if you have received treatment from a practitioner that has exacerbated rather than alleviated the symptoms. If you experience this, you are perfectly within your rights to initiate a personal injury claim to receive compensation for your injury.

    The practice of homeopathy is controversial and is occasionally an effective way for someone to receive treatment in the form of complementary and alternative medicines and techniques. These are based on the ideas of Samuel Hahnemann, a German doctor who practised in the 1790s. A core principle of homeopathy is the ‘like cures like’ ethos, which states that a substance that causes problems should be taken in a diluted form in order to help the body itself to cure certain ailments.

    If you feel that a homeopathic practitioner has improperly treated you, it is advisable to visit your GP in order to ascertain whether the injury was in fact a result of mistreatment. It may be that medical records of the injury exist prior to the start of the homeopathic treatment. These records will help Accident Advice Helpline to understand the severity of the injury before the improper treatment was received. For further details on how to initiate a no win, no fee claim for personal compensation we operate a 24/7 free telephone helpline that may help to answer any questions you may have.


    There have been serious cases where the advice of homeopaths has resulted in a serious illness either being ignored or totally mistreated. The majority of patients who use homeopathy are seeking help for asthma, allergies, hay fever, dermatitis, high blood pressure and arthritis. If you are planning to use homeopathy it is highly recommended that a reasonable amount of research is undertaken before seeking treatment. Homeopathy encourages the body to use its own defensive mechanisms to combat certain ailments, which in some types of serious illness is not compatible with conventional medical practice.

    Successful treatment

    The homeopathic treatment centre must also follow health and safety regulations, as an accident can also occur as a result of a slip, trip or fall on a wet surface. All freshly mopped or cleaned areas should have a sign that informs you that the area is potentially hazardous.

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    In order to find out further details regarding homeopath injury advice, Accident Advice Helpline can be contacted in various ways. The 24-hour helpline number can be found on our website, which contains many examples of different types of personal injury claim that may help you to understand the compensation claim process. Our expert lawyers are experienced in representing victims of medical negligence and we work on a no win, no fee policy for all cases we undertake.

    To find out approximately how much money you can expect to receive as a result of a successful claim for compensation, the website has a short form to complete and a result will appear in just 30 seconds.

    Date Published: October 19, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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