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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

    Bolsover accident at work compensation


    If you were injured recently through no fault of your own and you’re looking for help to make a Bolsover accident at work compensation claim, get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today.

    Bolsover accident at work compensation claims against your last employer

    If you have quit a job then it is actually better for your career than if you get fired. Quitting means that it was your choice to leave the position and that your last company would still have been happy to keep you on, making you look like a more desirable candidate for your next job. However, when it comes to interviewing for the next job you will need to explain at some point why you left your job, and in some cases, this could be awkward or come across badly to your potential new boss. Here are some ways to explain why you left a job, without bad-mouthing your last job or appearing in a negative light.

    • Know the facts. There will be valid reasons for you leaving your job and you should know what these are and be able to explain them to your employer so that they know the real reasons that you are leaving. Being honest is the best way to make your employer understand what you are doing.
    • Be positive about your experience. Even if you are leaving in negative circumstances, you should find a few things that you have found positive about your experience and let your employer know that you value these. This will help to squash any further negativity.
    • Ask for a reference. Your employer will be happy that you still want to include them in your next step, and that you trust them to give you a reference for your new job, so unless you are leaving in particularly bad circumstances you should ask them for a reference.
    • Explain it from your point of view. Try to keep your explanation from your own point of view, so that your employer can understand why this move is best for you.

    You can make a Bolsover, accident at work compensation claim

    You can make a Bolsover accident at work compensation claim against your last employer if you have left due to injury that you feel they were at fault for. The best way to make a claim for Bolsover accident at work compensation is to use an experienced injury lawyer, who will be able to work with you on your claim to put together a case which has a better chance of being successful.

    You should call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to speak to the team about making a Bolsover accident at work compensation claim, in order to decide whether this is something that you want to do or not. If it is, the team will walk you through the process, making it easier for you and ensuring that you put together a really strong case.

    Date Published: 7th September 2014

    Author: David Brown

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