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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

    Claim against an employer in Pencoed


    Need to make a claim against an employer in Pencoed? If you have had an accident at work then you should make a complaint to your employer so that they are able to investigate what happened, and work out if there is anything that they can do to stop the same accident happening again.

    If your accident was very serious then you may also want to make a claim against your employer in Pencoed, if you feel that the accident was actually their fault. However, if you like your job and would like to return to it when you are fully recovered, you may be nervous about doing this.

    Here are some ways that you can claim compensation and still return to your job later.

    Report the accident

    The first thing you should do before you make a claim is to report the accident to your employer. If you do this as soon as the accident has occurred then it will be more difficult for them to deny that the accident happened later on. A report of the accident will also prove to your employer that you are not exaggerating your accident or making it up for compensation.

    Claim against your employer in Pencoed

    Let your employer know as soon as possible that you are looking into claiming compensation, and your reasons for doing this. Although your employer is not able to fire you for making a compensation claim, it is not going to help your relationship at all if the first they hear of the claim is when a solicitor’s letter lands on their desk. If you give them the respect of letting them know what you are doing, they should respect you back.

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    Don’t mention the claim against an employer in Pencoed in the office

    Whilst the claim is being processed, don’t gossip about it with your coworkers or talk to your employer about it. This allows both you and your employer to separate the claim from your work as an employee.

    Making your claim

    Once you have decided that you do want to push forward with claim against an employer in Pencoed then you need to do so as quickly as possible. You have up to three years to make your compensation claim after the accident has occurred, but it is always best to make the claim sooner rather than later, whilst the evidence is still fresh.

    Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, or  text “claim365” to 88010 to make a start on your claim. The team will talk you through the claims process and team you with an experienced injury lawyer who will make your claim against an employer in Pencoed for you, on your behalf.

    Date Published: 23rd April 2015

    Author: David Brown

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