Finding the right professional for the job in hand
If you suffer from chronic pain or pain after surgery, you’ll turn to pain clinics and your GP surgery first to find help. Some offer complementary treatments such as massage, acupressure or acupuncture. However, if you are forced to pay for private treatment, be sure to find a fully qualified and trained expert.
A private practitioner should be registered with a recognised professional organisation for the therapy of your choice, such as the British Acupuncture Council, Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy UK or the National Institute for Medical Herbalists for example. Ask your doctor or GP, before going ahead with the therapy, if there are any medical grounds why you should not opt for this type of therapy. You can get in touch with the aforementioned organisation or ask your GP to refer you to a private specialist.
A complementary therapist should always be willing to tell you in detail how the treatment is going to work and how long it will take. You should know right from the outset what the treatment will be able to achieve, so that you are not living with any false hopes. If you are forced to pay for the treatment out of your own pocket rather than having it on the NHS, your practitioner should give you details of the overall costs involved.
Professional treatment from an accident solicitor in Canonbury
Just as you would be seeking the right healthcare or complementary therapy professional, when making a claim for compensation after a non-fault accident, you want an accident solicitor in Canonbury or other legal representative who is a specialist in the field of personal injury claims and a specialist in your particular injury claim.
Not every accident solicitor in Canonbury deals with injury claims, if indeed any do. However, fear not you can use a national specialist provider such as Accident Advice Helpline. For expert advice delivered by a friendly adviser 24/7, you can always call Accident Advice Helpline! They can put you in touch with a ‘no win, no fee’ legal partner who will fight your corner.
A good accident solicitor at Accident Advice Helpline would arrange for an additional medical assessment of your injuries to support your case and would advise you honestly, in case the defendant turns down your offer to settle letter, if it is worth challenging the negligent party in court.
Visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website and find out if you qualify for a compensation claim – answer just 4 simple questions and a compensation calculator will let you know, how much your claim is worth.
Click the final button, if you’re ready to go ahead – or sleep on it and call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 when you’re ready; speak to an adviser, if you have any questions. Lines are available 24/7 and you’ll always receive professional expert advice! Call us now.
Date Published: 9th July 2013
Author: David Brown