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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."

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    Injury claim lawyer in Holtye

    Injury claim lawyer in Holtye

    Most employers are required by law to pay for liability insurance that covers them against one of their employees becoming ill or being injured while doing their job. This means that if you were to launch an injury claim lawyer in Holtye case against the company you work for, most of the costs would likely be met by its insurance company. However, in some cases, a cover provider may refuse a pay-out if an employer has failed to take adequate steps to ensure its employees’ safety. You employer’s liability insurance policy may also contain other exclusions that would limit the size of any pay-out it would offer.

    The good news is, if you’re thinking of launching an injury claim lawyer in Holtye case against your employer, none of this would typically affect any compensation you might be in line for. If a court rules that you’re entitled to money, your employer will have to stump up regardless of whether the money comes from its insurance or not. So, you should get your money whether or not your employer’s liability insurance covers the accident or illness concerned.

    Work-related injury claim lawyer in Holtye case considerations

    Whether you’ve been with your current employer a long time or have only just started new job, it’s likely you’ll be concerned that taking injury claim lawyer in Holtye action could jeopardise your position. It can be easy to worry that your employer might sack you or try to force you out if you were to take legal action against it. Don’t worry; it’s illegal for a company to discriminate against an employee that sues it in any way.

    You may worry that your bosses may try to force you out by making your working life as difficult as possible, without actually taking any disciplinary action against you. This is illegal too. If your employer tried to do this, you’d be able to take it to an employment tribunal for constructive dismissal. If you’re in any way worried about how making a personal injury claim against your employer might affect you, join your industry’s union for added protection.

    Finding representation

    Now that you’ve been reassured your employer won’t be able to treat you unfairly as a consequence of your launching action against it, it will be time to find a personal injury law firm that may be able to help you get what’s due to you. Whether you know you have a case and want to get moving straight away or just want some advice about where you stand, call Accident Advice Helpline today. The firm’s lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so you can put in that call whenever you like. It could be the start of a process that wins you thousands of pounds in compensation.

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    Date Published: 27th September 2013

    Author: David Brown

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