Indoor skydiving accidents do happen from time to time and if you have been injured as a result, you may need some expert indoor skydiving accident counselling. After the physical injuries have healed, you may experience psychological problems; depression, flashbacks, disturbed sleep and anxiety problems often arise and need treatment. Counselling is available on the NHS and your doctor will refer you to a specialist if he considers it necessary. The problem is the long NHS waiting list for such treatment, so consulting a private counselling service may be necessary. That can be costly and is why it is important to get compensation if your accident was somebody else’s fault – and Accident Advice Helpline can help you to do that.
Some people have a desire to skydive and being able to do so without the additional fear of going up in a plane and jumping out is what makes this activity very appealing. Suffering an indoor skydiving accident, however, can have serious consequences, making the idea of flying or even of being somewhere high up feel terrifying. This can interfere with holiday plans and with your working life. This is why getting good quality, professional indoor skydiving accident counselling is so important.
In the event of an accident
Accidents can and do occur in indoor skydiving, as in any sporting activity where there is risk involved. People having a great time, carried away in the excitement, are not thinking about the possibility of danger and the consequences of a fall from a height. Unfortunately, things do go amiss. Compensation doesn’t have to depend on someone directly causing your accident, e.g. by pushing you before you’re ready. You may also be entitled to it if an instructor or the centre where you’re skydiving has been negligent, for instance by giving you faulty equipment or not making sure you are properly trained.
If you have had the misfortune to have such an accident through no fault of your own, and are in need of counselling to help you deal with the consequences, Accident Advice Helpline is able to assist and answer your questions. Advisers are on hand who have the experience to offer you quick and reliable advice. They feel that everyone has the right to free information about legal rights, what is involved in a compensation claim and how to proceed with such a claim.
You can contact the team at any time using our 24-hour free helpline. There is an expert team of solicitors working for Accident Advice Helpline who deal with personal injury claims on a daily basis. They have all the knowledge and expertise needed to achieve well-deserved compensation for their clients, and they work extremely hard to get the best possible results. Due to the nature of their work, they know how distressing accidents can be so they will do their best to avoid putting any further pressure on you. If your doctor says that counselling would help you, that will be good enough for them, and they’ll make the legal case for you. You can the set your mind at ease and concentrate on looking after yourself.Open Claim Calculator
Call Accident Advice Helpline right away and take advantage of reliable, no obligation, free advice. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.