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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

    Workplace compensation claim in Exeter

    How to know if you need to take a break from work, and how to file a workplace compensation claim in Exeter

    There are many reasons that you might need to take a break from your job. Perhaps you are run down or have had a serious accident and sustained injuries. Perhaps you are feeling depressed or overwhelmed at work, or are confused about what you actually want to do with your career.

    Whatever the reason, deciding to take a break from work is a huge decision, and one which can affect the rest of your life and career. If you think that you want to take some time away from your job, you should think carefully and weigh your options before you make this decision.

    • If things are getting on top of you. It is normal to feel stress when you are at work fro time to time. What is not normal is if it gets to the point where little things that would not have upset you before are now causing extreme stress, and the feeling is building as the days go on.
    • If you are ill or injured. Trying to struggle on through work when you are suffering from a serious injury or illness is just not worth it. You will recover a lot more quickly if you take some time off, and should remember that your health is more important.
    • If you are unhappy. The people who say that work isn’t supposed to be fun are the people that are in the wrong job. If you hate your job and are consistently unhappy, it may be time to take a break and see what other options are out there for you.
    • If you have a family or personal situation. Trying to deal with extreme family or personal situations and stay on top of work can be difficult, if not impossible. You should take some time out to deal with these situations before you return to work.

    You should be able to file a workplace compensation claim in Exeter

    You should be able to start a workplace compensation claim in Exeter from work if you have suffered a serious injury because of your employer. Accident at work compensation in Exeter will help to keep you afloat financially whilst you take your time off, meaning that you shouldn’t have to struggle with your living expenses during this time.

    However, you should only claim accident at work compensation in Exeter if you are sure that you have a good case, which is why it is a good idea to call Accident Advice Helpline first on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone to find out more about the compensation process. The team will be able to help you to put together a claim, giving your case a better chance of being successful.

    Date Published: 24th September 2014

    Author: David Brown

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