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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

    Low voltage technician accident counselling

    The need for low voltage technician accident counselling may not be immediately obvious, as it would be understandable to consider treatment of physical injuries as priority. It is important for you to consider the potential psychological effects of an injury sustained in the workplace. These effects can often appear absent at first, but may become more apparent when an individual believes they are ready to return to work following a physical recovery. Failure to recognise the potential for problems to occur at this stage could result an expensive procedure of rehabilitation. This could have been initiated further in advance of a return to work, reducing the time spent out of employment whilst recovery takes place. Accident Advice Helpline is able to provide advice on claiming for counselling costs.

    How we can help with low voltage technician accident counselling

    Accident Advice Helpline can help you work your low voltage technician accident counselling costs into a compensation claim, reducing the potential for you to have to pay yourself. Workplace incidents in low voltage environments can easily arise from the actions of colleagues. This could relate to the incorrect use or the failure to properly test and maintain equipment, posing hidden dangers that only reveal themselves once an accident has happened. An employee may simply fail to keep an area tidy or free from spillages, resulting in another member of the team suffering a fall. We believe that an injury that can be attributed to someone else should not result in the victim having to cover costs for medical treatment; this goes for the cost of psychological treatment too.

    Low voltage technician accident counselling may form an essential part of a person’s recovery and subsequent return to the workplace. Accidents may leave somebody with a feeling of distrust about equipment, the working environment or a team. They may hold a suspicion over the safety concerns of an individual. In these cases, counselling would form an essential part of the recovery process, helping them recapture their confidence and trust on site.

    Making a claim for low voltage technician accident counselling

    Accident Advice Helpline offers no form of counselling and we do not recommend organisations that provide low voltage technician accident counselling. We assist with the process of claiming compensation that covers the costs of private counselling. Your doctor will provide you with information on how to seek counselling, and is likely to refer you to the NHS. It might be more effective to seek a private consultation so you can begin treatment more quickly. Tackling the potential psychological damage as soon as possible will help you to full recovery in less time.

    Our friendly, helpful staff can provide you with all the information you need to make a claim that takes into account any counselling you decide to undertake. We operate a 24-hour helpline that can be reached by calling 0800 689 0500 and is free of charge from landline. You can also use our 30-second online claim calculator to see how much compensation you may be entitled to. In either case, please ensure you keep receipts of any costs related to counselling, so our team of specialist lawyers have all the information they need to work on your claim.

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    Date Published: June 11, 2015

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Accident at work claim

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