You may not realise that you can make a claim for expenses associated with train passenger accident counselling. Your safety is a big responsibility for the train company and if they fail to uphold this, you suffer. An accident on a train could leave you with physical injuries, impaired quality of life, or a fear of travelling. You may have to change your lifestyle, take time off work or undergo physical therapy. Often, recovering from a train passenger accident can take a mental toll – and your doctor may advise you to seek counselling. Here’s what you need to know about making a claim in relation to a train passenger accident.
Cover the costs of train passenger accident counselling
The idea behind accident compensation claims is to ensure that you are able, as far as possible, to retain the lifestyle and position you enjoyed before the accident occurred. Your mental well-being is considered to be equally as important as your physical health. As such, your legal representative will seek to recover the costs of expenses associated with any treatment, physical or psychological, that is recommended as part of your recovery by a medical expert.
Counselling is available through the NHS, though you may face long waiting lists or find you are unable to access specialist counselling services without opting for private treatment. This is recognised by the courts, and compensation is awarded for train passenger accident counselling received through a private counselling service where it is recommended by a doctor, the same treatment is unavailable in the same timeframe through the NHS, and the costs do not significantly exceed the average for similar treatments. There is no need to delay getting the treatment you need for financial reasons.
Making a claim for train passenger accident counselling
After you contact us for advice, you may decide you wish to pursue a claim for train passenger accident counselling compensation. You will be put through to one of our expert personal injury lawyers with experience handling cases of this nature. All lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline work on a no win, no fee** basis, so you can enjoy peace of mind knowing there are no fee*s to start a claim. You will be assigned a specific lawyer who will take charge of your claim and work with you to ensure you get the best possible outcome.
Where to begin
We make it easy and hassle-free to contact our friendly and professional legal advisors here at Accident Advice Helpline. We understand that being involved in an accident can be a traumatic experience, so we make every effort to ensure your experience with us causes the minimum stress.
You can call our 24–hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 any time that you feel ready. You will be able to speak to one of our highly trained staff who will deal with your call with patience and understanding. Our team of advisors are ready to answer any questions you may have, explaining how much compensation you could receive, how the claim process works, and whether you have a strong case to claim the expenses of train passenger accident counselling.
Date Published: October 2, 2015
Author: Lee Tadd
Category: Train accident claim