If you are feeling a little hopeless following a car accident in Reading, it may help to read how others have coped with this situation. A car accident in Reading can be painful – both emotionally and physically. You can get help to make this situation a lot easier.
Helping yourself after a car accident in Reading – legal help
There is a lot that you can do to help yourself with the legal aspects of a car accident in Reading. You can start to help yourself by calling us at Accident Advice Helpline. We are an expert legal firm that can give you all the help and support that you need. Provided your accident was less than three years ago and that you did not cause the accident yourself, you may be able to start a personal injury claim. You may be able to claim for the psychological and the physical injuries that you sustained.
Calling Accident Advice Helpline is the best self-help strategy that you can employ. We have teams of personal injury lawyers who are ready to fight to get you the highest levels of compensation. We can offer this service on a ‘no-win, no-fee’ basis so you do not even have to find any up front legal fees.
Psychological help after a car accident in Reading
There are plenty of things that you can do to help yourself with the psychological trauma after a car accident in Reading. You can seek professional advice from your family doctor and he or she may refer you to a specialist. However, there are some other tips which may aid your recovery and help you feel more positive.
- Even though you may feel like withdrawing from other people this is really not the best thing to do. Try and carry on connecting to others – if you can possibly manage to maintain your relationships then you will not have to spend so much time alone.
- Do not be afraid to ask for support. Many people in your situation have found it helpful to speak to a family member, friend, counsellor, or clergyman.
- Try to carry on participating in social activities, even when it is the last thing you feel like doing. It is important to simply do some “normal” things and to do them with other people.
- Find out if there is a local or on-line support group for people in a similar situation to yourself. It may help to be with others who are facing the same problems as yourself and it can make you feel less alone.
- Volunteer – many people who have suffered trauma find that volunteering can be a great way to challenge the sense of helplessness. It can remind yourself of your strengths and reclaim your sense of power.
Contact us at Accident Advice Helpline now
Call us at Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 from a landline. To call from a mobile ring us on 0333 500 0993. Call us now for free, no-obligation advice about making a claim.