If you have suffered an injury whilst out shopping and it has had a profound effect on your well-being, you may want to consider shopping mall accident counselling as a means of addressing the psychological damage resulting from your accident. We all know that accidents can occur at the most unexpected times. In a shopping mall, there are a variety of examples of how injuries can occur.
Common accidents within shopping malls are issues such as floors that have been mopped, but do not have ‘slippery surface’ signs displayed; escalators that have either trapped clothing and resulted in injury or stopped abruptly causing someone to fall, or worn, unsuitable seating within cafes that have resulted in customers falling over. Whatever the original reason for your accident, if you have received medical advice that counselling would be the best form of treatment to address your health needs, Accident Advice Helpline is in the perfect position to assist you in ensuring you receive this counselling at the time you need it, and at no cost to you.
In all likelihood, your medical practitioner will have referred you to a National Health Service counselling facility, despite such services being notoriously oversubscribed. Counselling will assist you in dealing with the psychological trauma resulting from your accident, and is a long–term, interactive therapy. The incident causing your psychological trauma is examined in full and compartmentalised into smaller, manageable packages that allow you to take a more constructive view of both the accident and your life in general – assisting you to get your life back on track.
Unfortunately, there is often a long waiting list for counselling services, which can lead to your trauma becoming more ingrained and therefore more difficult to treat. The most successful counselling is completed as soon after the incident as possible. With this in mind, attending counselling services is often a preferred option, despite the fact that it will not, like the NHS provision, be without cost.
Accident Advice Helpline believes that the cost of your counselling therapy should be at the expense of those people who were responsible for your accident, and the in-house lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline will work tirelessly to reclaim your expenditure on counselling services.
The friendly and professional team will take control of your case and relieve you of the stress and worry of having to pay for your recovery. By calling the free 24-hour helpline, your case can be immediately assessed and progressed by our market-leading experts who work on a strict no-win, no-fee basis and will not request any upfront payments.
Accident Advice Helpline is available for you to call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can contact us at 0800 689 0500 from a land line or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Text ‘Claim365’ to 88010 and one of our friendly and experienced associates will call you back. Taking control of your difficult situation is a simple task once you have made a call to Accident Advice Helpline.
Date Published: October 19, 2014
Author: David Brown