News » Having a support person when dealing with ACC
January 10th 2006
ACC problems can be very difficult to deal with. Difficulties can increase when you are in pain, on medication, have a reduced income and need to negotiate with a body that sometimes seems more interested in its own complex legislation, policies and processes than with its clients – who they should be there for in the first place!
In all ACC matters it can be in the clients best interests to have an experienced support person. ACC bluntly refused Access Support Services request to make available, at least to dissatisfied and preferably as a matter of course to all their clients, contact details of appropriate support organisations.
Access Support Services is always ready to help. Our staff are very experienced and totally independent. To contact us to discuss how we may help you click here: firstname.lastname@example.org