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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

    Injury claim lawyer in Great Casterton


    Have you suffered an accident that has left you unable to work for a long period of time? Feeling nervous about going back to work is perfectly normal and is something that many workers feel after they have been absent through sickness or injury. Anyone who has been in that position will agree that going back to work after a lengthy absence can be a very daunting experience. You might feel out of the loop after a long time off recovering from an injury, or you may be concerned about how your colleagues will treat you. Your injury claim lawyer in Great Casterton will be able to give you advice on coping with your return to work and also give you legal guidance on what will be expected of you.

    Injury claim lawyer in Great Casterton – Getting back to normal

    While returning to work can be difficult, here are some tips you can follow to help make your return to work as straightforward as possible:

    • While you’re recovering from your injury, check in with your boss from time to time. Keeping in touch not only shows you are still committed to your job, it also helps you find out any changes that are being made and will give you a chance to address any fears you might have about your position.
    •  A ‘phased’ return to work can ensure you don’t take on too much. Working one or two days a week at first can help you settle back into your routine without too much pressure.
    • On re-entry into the business, keep your supervisor properly informed about your state of health. This way they’ll be able to make appropriate adjustments to your environment to aid your mobility and injury recovery.

    Remember: your skills, personal qualities and experience got you the job in the first place and they haven’t gone away just because you’ve had an accident. Be confident in the value you’ll continue to provide to your employer.

    Coping with lost income

    If you have lost income whilst you were off sick following your accident then you should include this in your compensation claim. Your injury claim lawyer in Great Casterton will make sure that you are compensated for all the losses incurred by your accident and that includes loss of earning. Be sure to give him or her details in full of the costs arising from your accident. If you are unsure of what can be included in a claim then call Accident Advice Helpline and discuss your claim with one of our trained advisors. Our lines are open twenty four hours a day seven days a week and the initial call places you under no obligation.

    Call 0800 689 0500 (0333 500 0993 from a mobile) and find out what we can do to help you as you return to work.

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    Date Published: 5th December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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