If you are the victim of an accident that was not your fault, it is important to seek roof garden accident counselling to get help and support as you recover.
What is a roof garden accident?
The most common type of injury relating to the use of roof gardens is falls. This is closely followed by trips, slips and sprains. In fact, any injury that could feasibly be sustained in a regular garden can also be sustained in a rooftop garden. In the event of an injury like this, roof garden accident counselling is recommended.
If a roof garden is not safe, it can result in nasty injuries. In some very severe cases, breaks and fractures can be a consequence. Yet, the important thing is to understand what the word “misuse” means in this regard, and it sometimes can be a tricky question.
For instance, it often depends on the environment. The vast majority of roof garden accidents take place on private property, so there aren’t as many safety regulations in place. If injuries occur in a publicly owned or used environment, it is often easier to pinpoint who is to blame.
How do I find roof garden accident counselling?
If you are the victim of a roof garden accident that occurred within the last three years and was no fault of your own, you may be eligible to file for compensation. You may also be a candidate for roof garden accident counselling.
This type of counselling deals with the psychological issues and fears that can arise as a result of having sustained an injury at the hands of a negligent third party, an injury that could have been avoided.
Whilst Accident Advice Helpline cannot directly contribute to the cost of counselling, we can seek cover for medical bills if you decide to opt for private treatment over the help of the NHS. This would be included as a part of your original claim for compensation. We do not charge extra for this service.
Why should I go private?
A claim for the cost of roof garden accident counselling is only relevant if you decide to opt for private care. There are various reasons why you might want to do this, but it is important to remember that free treatment is available on the NHS.
We can fight for recovery of the costs on your behalf. However, you will need to be referred for counselling by a GP before you can become eligible for this service.
What do I do now?
If you have received, or are due to receive, counselling services from a private clinic and would like help recovering a portion of the costs, call one of our friendly advisors direct today on 0800 689 0500.
We operate a free, 24-hour helpline, so do not hesitate to get in touch and arrange a consultation. It is time to get your recovery back on track, but you do not have to do it alone.
Date Published: June 29, 2015
Author: David Brown