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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

    Erskine compensation for workplace accidents

    How to obtain Erskine compensation for workplace accidents

    If you are holding a meeting then you need to be quite careful about who you invite to attend. It ‘s important that you don’t bring too many people in, or no one will be able to have their say in the meeting, whilst other people may feel that they can’t speak up because there are too many others around.

    At the same time, you need to be thinking about whose insights you really want, who needs to hear what is being said, and who will be useful in the room. Here are some ways that you can decide who to invite for your meetings.

    • Who is involved? Whatever it is that you want to talk about, there will be a few people who are directly involved, and these are the people that you want to bring in as a matter of priority. Think about what you are discussing and who it affects directly, and invite these people first.
    • Who can help? If you are looking to solutions to problems, speaking to people who can help is the most obvious way to have a successful meeting. If this means inviting in higher up members of the company then so be it, and you may also want to invite in people from outside the company.
    • Work out who is free. You might not be able to bring in everyone that you want to, as it is rare for everyone in the company to be free at a certain time during the week. In this case, make sure that the most important people can make it, as well as representatives from other departments if necessary.
    • Know who can provide a good opinion. If you can’t agree on something, it may be worthwhile bringing in someone completely impartial, that the decision doesn’t affect, who will be able to help make a decision.

    Make a claim for Erskine compensation for workplace accidents

    If you are injured at work, the first thing you should do is host a meeting to discuss what happened, and how to move forward. Your employer should at the very least need to speak to everyone regarding how they can stop the same accident happening again in the future, and may also wish to offer you compensation of some description.

    If not, you can decide to make a claim for Erskine compensation for workplace accidents if you believe that you are entitled to compensation for your injuries. Here it will be best to call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Our team will be happy to discuss making a claim with you. They can also provide you with a lawyer who will be able to process your claim on your behalf.

    Date Published: 6th October 2014

    Author: David Brown

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