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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 Renfrewshire


    When to make a complaint to your employer and how to make an accident at work claim

    There are certain situations where you really should just get on with things and try not to make too big a deal out of a situation. Although it can be tempting to take every grievance to your employer in order to let them sort it out, you need to remember that you are an adult and have been hired as a professional person. You should try to sort out your own problems for the most part and then get your employer involved only when it is really necessary. Some of the times when you should be considering talking to your employer, rather than handling the situation yourself include:

    • If you cannot resolve a dispute on your own. As an adult you should be trying to resolve disputes with other employees on your own first and setting up meetings to resolve these problems without having to get management involved. If this doesn’t work, though, then it may be necessary to take the issue higher.
    • For pay issues. If you are not being paid, are not being paid on time or feel that there is something wrong with your wages, you should take this complaint to management so that it can be sorted out sooner rather than later. It is unlikely that it will only be affecting you, so you can get your colleagues to back you up.
    • If you are injured. If you are injured and feel that it is the fault of the company, then making a complaint is the first step to take, to see if action can be taken. It is your employer’s duty to ensure that all employees are safe in their job.
    • If someone is treating you badly. This is not the same as having a dispute, as it will involve you being treated badly for no real reason. Bullying must be tackled as soon as possible.

    Making an accident at work claim in Renfrewshire

    You can make an accident at work claim in Renfrewshire against your employer or another employee if you feel that their negligence has caused you to sustain a serious injury, and that not enough has been done about the situation.

    The easiest way for you to make an accident at work claim in Renfrewshire which has a good chance of being successful is to call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile and find out from the team what the claims process is and how likely it is that your own claim will be successful.

    If you do decide to move forward with an accident at work claim in Renfrewshire, the team will be able to provide you with advice throughout your claim, as well as an experienced lawyer to handle your case for you.

    Date Published: 28th August 2014

    Author: matthew

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