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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 lawyer in Kinlochleven

    Tips if considering a career change – injury lawyer in Kinlochleven

    In the current economic climate, leaving a steady job does not really seem like the best idea for anyone. However, under certain circumstances it can seem like the only thing to do. If your employer is reckless with health and safety, or you feel that you are being targeted or treated badly, then you may have no other option than to leave your job.

    Many people put off leaving a job until long after the situation has become unbearable because they don’t know how best to approach the situation. Here are a few tips for leaving your job with your dignity intact.

    Weigh Your Options

    Before you quit, think about what your options actually are. Rather than leaving without another job to go into, think about whether your employer might consider letting you work from home or part time until you find something else. If the reason you are leaving is because of something they have done then they may be willing to help you to help resolve the situation.

    Give Notice

    In any contract you will be required to give notice, unless you are still in your trial period. Make sure that if you are going to resign that you have left plenty of time to get through your notice period. If you have holiday left then you may want to take the rest of this to make your notice period shorter, particularly if you and your employer are having a disagreement or your work situation is becoming unbearable.

    Write A Resignation Letter

    The most formal and typical way to resign is to write a letter to your employer which lists your reasons for resigning and explains your conditions (such as whether you plan to work your notice period or take holiday).

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    At the same time you should be willing to sit down with your employer and talk through the letter with them so that they can ask questions and you can both be sure of what is going on.

    When To Speak To An Injury Lawyer in Kinlochleven

    If the reason you are leaving your job is because of mistreatment or negligence which has led to an injury or fragile mental state then you may be able to claim compensation.

    The best way to get compensation is to go through an injury lawyer in Kinlochleven who will be able to best deal with your case. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to speak to someone who can help, and the friendly, helpful team will walk you through the process.

    If you decide to go ahead after this conversation, you will be passed onto an injury lawyer in Kinlochleven who will work on your behalf to get the compensation you deserve.

    All you need to do is provide your injury lawyer in Kinlochleven with the information they need about your job and the situation and they will fight your corner for you – you shouldn’t even have to go to court!

    Date Published: 4th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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