When to take a break from work
There comes a point when you should just stop trying to live up to all of the commitments you have in your day-to-day life, and take a break. In some cases this may be because of your physical health, in others because of your mental health, and sometimes it will be because of situations happening in your personal life. Taking such a break from time-to-time could prevent you from getting involved in Denbigh road traffic accidents.
Whatever the situation is, the best reason to take a break from work and your other commitments, is the times when, if you don’t take a break, it will cause you more trauma and pain than if you do. Even if you do feel that you have a real sense of responsibility and that you will be letting people down if you take a break, here are some situations where you just have to consider yourself above all others. For example:
- When you are ill. The longer you try to fight against illness and keep going with work and other responsibilities, the more likely it is that you will get sicker, or that you will take much longer to recover. When you are legitimately ill, it is your right to take time off until you are feeling much better.
- When you are depressed: Depression is different from feeling ‘a bit unhappy’. Depression is actually debilitating, and is something which can seriously affect your entire life. If you think that you are depressed, speak to your doctor, who will most likely sign you off work.
- If you are anxious: Anxiety, which is caused by and affected by your workplace, will not get better if you force yourself to go in. All that will happen is that this will solidify the issues you have with your workplace. Take some time out and get treated by a doctor for your anxiety.
- If someone has died: Everyone deserves a few days off work when someone close to them has died. Understand that bereavement is the same as serious illness or depression in many ways, and will affect every aspect of your life.
Claiming for Denbigh road traffic accidents
If you have been involved in one of the many Denbigh road traffic accidents and have been seriously injured, you may have no choice other than to take time off work. If you want to be able to afford this time off without getting into debt, especially if your employer only pays statutory sick-pay, you should consider claiming compensation.
You will only be able to claim compensation for Denbigh road traffic accidents if the accident was clearly the fault of someone else. To find out how strong your case is you should call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 if you are calling from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile.
Your call will be answered by one of our friendly advisors who will be able to answer any questions you may have about the injury claim process, and/or any concerns you may have about whether or not you have a legitimate claim. They can walk you through our 30-second test which will also give you an idea of how much compensation you could be awarded.
Call us today and set your mind at ease.