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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 in Newark


    Top Tips For Broaching Your Work Injury Claim in Newark With Your Employer

    If you have had an accident at work which is due to the negligence of your employer then you may want to make a work injury claim in Newark. You can call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from mobiles to get help making a claim. All you need to do is tell the friendly, helpful team at the helpline what has happened and give as many details as you can and they will start processing your claim for you. Once you have given them all of the information they need, the dedicated personal injury lawyers will be able to start work getting you the compensation you deserve. You shouldn’t have to go to court or get any more involved, and the helpline is open 24/7 so that you can chase up your claim when you need to.

    Before you make an injury claim in Newark against your employer, though, you should broach the subject with your boss to let them know what is happening and why. Here are some tips for doing this.

    Let Your Boss Know That You Are Making An Injury Claim in Newark

    You should first tell your boss that this is something that ‘is’ happening and explain the reasons why. Your boss may well be happy to pay you compensation for your accident on their own so that they can avoid dealing with the lawyers. In this case you will get the compensation you deserve much more quickly. Do not let your employer talk you out of making your injury claim in Newark. When you approach them, let them know that your mind cannot be changed.

    Explain Why You Are Making A Claim For Compensation

    Your employer may be angry that you are making a claim for compensation and may deny that the situation is their fault. If you are speaking to Accident Advice Helpline you will already have made notes about the situation and why your employer is to blame so you should bring these with you to talk to your employer. If you can give solid reasons why your employer has caused your accident or injury then they will not be able to dispute this with you.

    Offer To Work With Them To Resolve The Problem

    If you want to keep a comfortable working relationship with your employer it will be helpful for you to help them with this situation in any way that you can. Come up with some ideas about how this situation could be resolved more easily in future and offer to come in for meetings to discuss how to make the workplace safer in future so that the same situation does not occur again. In this way you are showing willingness to help and hopefully will not be penalised for your decision to make a compensation claim when you come back to work.

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    Date Published: 31st August 2013

    Author: David Brown

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