You may find that you need to have manhandling accident counselling after your accident – and this could cause you a few issues. If you need to have counselling then you should be sure that you do. Getting over an accident is not easy and it is even harder if you need more than medical attention. Your doctor will determine if counselling is necessary and should be able to refer you to those who can help.
However, this is where the problems can begin. It is not always easy to get counselling as soon as you need it when you are relying on the NHS. In some areas there are long waiting lists and you must be sure that you can get the right support. So how do you get around this? You may need to pay for counselling rather than wait for free services, but this leaves you in a very unfair situation. Why should you have to pay for counselling when the accident was not your fault? This is where Accident Advice Helpline may be able to assist.
How can Accident Advice Helpline help me?
If you make a personal injury claim, then any financial compensation that you receive can take into account extras that you have had to pay for as a result of your accident. This will include the cost of manhandling accident counselling and expenses such as travel to and from hospital appointments. After all, you would not have had to pay for them if the accident had not happened.
Accident Advice Helpline is a specialist law firm that deals with personal injury cases. We were established almost 15 years ago to help people who have been in accidents because of the negligence of others. People were suddenly being denied the chance to fight for justice because the government put an end to legal aid for personal injury cases. We fought back against this by offering a ‘no-win, no-fee’ system. This means that you can begin your claim as soon as possible without the burden of additional legal costs.
Why should I make a claim?
Why shouldn’t you? Haven’t you been inconvenienced by what has happened? Haven’t you had to go through counselling that you would not have needed if the accident had been prevented? It is important that you realise that employers and organisations are responsible for the health and safety of those on their premises. If they have failed to ensure that people are as safe as possible while they are there, then they are in breach of health and safety regulations and need to be made to resolve the issue. Not only do they owe you compensation, but they also need to look at how they manage their premises.
When you call Accident Advice Helpline on our free, 24-hour helpline to discuss your claim and your manhandling accident counselling, you need to have all the details on hand so that we can determine if you have a valid claim. If you do, you can leave it all in the capable hands of our personal injury solicitors. Call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.