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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 lawyers in Salen


    If you have suffered too much work stress and this has led to ongoing mental health issues, you should be entitled to compensation from your company. You will need to prove that the bulk of the stress you were suffering was a result of your employer and not other factors in your life, and will also need to prove that your employer did not do everything they could to ease your workload and ensure that you did not suffer undue stress.

    Injury lawyers in Salen can fight workplace claims

    If you can prove all of these things then you will want to approach your boss with the details of your claim and explain upfront what is going to happen and why you are making the claim. Particularly if you plan to keep working in the company, it is always best to be upfront. Here are the steps to take when approaching your boss with this.

    1. Explain the Situation

    You will first need to explain what has happened and why this is the fault of your employer. If you have had a breakdown as the result of the work given to you by your employer, and a lack of understanding on their part, you need to be completely explicit about their role in your illness. Don’t sugarcoat the situation, let your employer know exactly why you feel that they are to blame.

    2. Explain the Claim

    Let your employer know how much compensation you are hoping to claim back from them and how this is worked out. Take into account lost wages from time off, money spent on therapy or help around the house and even just money to pay for the mental anguish you have suffered. Let your employer know who you are going through and that they are likely to be contacted.

    3. Give Evidence

    If you have had a medical assessment then providing this as evidence will help to back up your claim to your employer and show them that your claim is legitimate. Your employer can then choose whether they want to go ahead through the compensation claims process, or whether they want to settle with you outside of court.

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    Do you really need injury lawyers in Salen?

    You will want to go to the best injury lawyers in Salen possible if you want to make a compensation claim, as they will be handling your case on your behalf and be one of the factors when it comes to whether you get your compensation or not. Accident Advice Helpline has over 15 years’ experience in the field of personal injury compensation claims and will provide you with great experts who will work on your behalf to process your claim, so you don’t need to find local injury lawyers in Salen. Call us on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

    Date Published: 3rd November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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