People often have a fear of the unknown and making a claim for an injury you have received or an accident you have been involved in is no different. However, an injury claims centre can help dispel the fear, and help you win an epic victory.
There have been many surveys carried out that have tried to get to the bottom of why people do not do things. For example, they may hate their job but do not change jobs, and they will simply put up with grief, day in and day out. The reason they do not move jobs? They will often use the term ‘the devil you know is better than the devil you don’t’ and this is a euphemism for indecision caused by fear of the unknown.
Injury claims centre at Accident Advice Helpline
The fear of claiming compensation for an injury you have received is no different, but seeking expert advice from trained staff at an injury claims centre like Accident Advice Helpline will change all of that.
Our staff realise that people can be fearful of making a claim because when they start the process, there is a huge number of unknowns. This creates fear which can prevent people from making that initial 30-second telephone call to find out the information.
Our minds are very powerful and we if we are not careful, they can end up running scenarios over in our minds of what might happen or indeed what might not happen. Before you call an injury claims centre, you may be thinking that it will never work for you. Or if you sustained the injury through an accident at work then your mind might say, “You might lose your job if the boss finds out”.
All of these thoughts are supposition and until you have spoken to an expert at an injury claims centre like Accident Advice Helpline, you really do not know.
Fear has a way of stopping people from taking action. There is a great acronym for fear it is as follows:
It is as it sounds; you think about something that may not be real like, ‘You might lose your job’. You don’t know that, so this is false. The evidence is you might lose your job but it is not evidence, it has not been proven. The thing is, if we mull it over in our minds eventually we start to believe our own PR, and it appears real without having established the facts.
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In an instance like this, if you are thinking of making a claim you really do need to find out what your options are. With Accident Advice Helpline, there is no obligation and our initial advice is free. Accident Advice Helpline is an expert injury claims centre, and our solicitors will work hard to help you get the maximum compensation you deserve.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 24th November 2012