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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Accident at work claim in Inverclyde

    Personal Injury Solicitors in Inverclyde

    Stay professional in a work dispute

    If you are having a dispute with anyone you work with, be it a colleague or your employer, it is important that you handle the situation well. This means you will be taken seriously and be able to get somewhere with your points. If you are not acting in a professional way in your dispute, then you are more likely to be ignored in the current dispute you are having. In addition, this can be an issue in future disputes as well. It can be difficult to stay professional when you feel that you are not being listened to, but it is utterly critical that you make an attempt.

    Have a mediator

    If you feel that your grievance is with one person in particular, it may be helpful to have an unbiased mediator present when you discuss the issues. This can prevent your dispute turning into an argument, and help everyone involved to remain professional.

    Write everything down

    Having your points written down will help you to go through them with the other person in a more professional manner. This will also prevent you from forgetting any of the important points that have been discussed.

    Keep times and dates noted down

    Not only should you write everything down, it may also be useful for you to keep details of dates and times. This will allow you to prove when things have happened.

    Keep correspondence

    You might be having this dispute via email, by letter or through other correspondence. Keeping this information will help you to prove what you are saying. This will also help you to go back over everything that has happened. This means that you won’t forget anything, and help you to build your case more effectively.

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    When to make an accident at work claim in Inverclyde against your employer

    If the problem is an accident which was caused by the people you work with, or your employer themselves, making an accident at work claim in Inverclyde may be your next course of action. If you can’t get anyone within the company to take you seriously, making an accident at work claim in Inverclyde is the easiest way for you to take quick action.

    If you want to make an accident at work claim in Inverclyde, but aren’t sure how to go about it, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500. The team there will work with you to put a claim together. They will ensure it has a good chance of being successful. The team will also support you through your claim, so that you can stay relaxed during the process.

    Date Published: 30th August 2014

    Author: matthew

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