If you were involved in a revolving door accident, you may be wondering where you can find revolving door accident counselling to help you recover psychologically from the accident. Your doctor or other medical professionals may have recommended that you receive counselling as part of your long-term recovery.
Revolving doors are a great invention, allowing quick and easy access to many different buildings. They facilitate fast and easy entry for lots of people, minimising queues at the entrances and exits to buildings. However, if you have experienced a revolving door-related accident that was caused by someone else, you may be able to claim financial compensation for your accident. Accident Advice Helpline can help you make a successful claim for financial compensation. Although your compensation is not directly paid towards your counselling costs, you can still make the choice to use it for this purpose yourself.
About Accident Advice Helpline
Thousands of people each year turn to Accident Advice Helpline to make financial claims for compensation for accidents they did not cause themselves. Our personal injury solicitors are directly employed and work on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
When you call us, you will speak to one of our highly trained advisers, who will ask you questions about your accident. At this stage you will need to explain how your accident occurred and its impact on your life since. If we feel that you are eligible to make a claim for compensation then your details will be passed on to one of our expert solicitors.
Your solicitor will explain to you what the claims process involves and how a compensation package can benefit you. One way that it can help you is by assisting you to recover the cost of revolving door accident counselling.
Your accident may have had a severe impact on your day-to-day life. Your ability to enjoy life as you previously did may be seriously impaired. This may be one of the reasons why your doctor has advised you to seek counselling, to overcome your psychological injuries.
You can seek out counselling through the NHS, which is free. However, the potential drawback of seeking counselling through the NHS is that it can take a long time to be seen. There are often waiting lists, sometimes several months long, and you may find that in order to see your counsellor you need to travel a great distance from your home. While the counsellor may be excellent, you may wish to find an equally well-qualified counsellor located closer to your home in less time.
This is where seeking private care could be beneficial. Using the money you claimed through the Accident Advice Helpline, you could see a private counsellor in less time than it would take you to do so through the NHS. If you have already paid for private counselling then your compensation package may include the expenses that you have already paid. This could include travel expenses and any medication that you have paid for. To find out how else we can help you recover the costs of revolving door accident counselling call us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0933 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: October 27, 2014
Author: David Brown