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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 Solicitor in Coventry

    Companies try to protect themselves from an injury solicitor in Coventry

    There have been some interesting reactions to the rise of the injury solicitor in Coventry and other places. This is an actual change in the way that companies behave and how they act. We can easily see that this new behavior is a reaction to the claims made against them, and now they try and find more and more ways to insulate themselves from their employees and the claims that could potentially be made against them. This could be said to be a partially negative occurrence as well as being brilliant.

    Training of staff

    This may be something that you have noticed, and is in part due to the rise of the injury solicitor in Coventry – and this is the over training of staff for any task where there is even the slightest chance of injury. Under the guise of training, this is actually about compliance, and is a way for companies to pass the buck along. And though this sounds fine, and for a large part is actually quite positive, at the same time is a tad dodgy. For instance, if you recognize that you should have certain tools (maybe protective) and they are not available (you may be in a work culture where you shouldn’t ask), this could be made to be your fault because you did not request them.

    Dodgy contracts

    You can also see companies trying to move responsibility for as much as they can through putting whatever they can through employees contracts. Much of this is misinformed and cannot be done (we have laws that contracts cannot override), but always make sure you read through that contract you are signing so you don’t get left out in the cold.

    Undue practices

    There has been a lot of change in undue practices across the board due to fear that they may have a claim made against them, and this is a brilliant thing. However, there is also a rise of undue practices that try to battle this threat. But on balance, this is only really a good thing for the people – more training, more tools, more care. And conversely, less pretense and less excuses. Who can argue with that?

    Changing ways

    Though it is hard to say how this will continue to effect industry, it is clear that the rise of the injury solicitor in Coventry has had huge effects on the country. And it is good that companies now realize their responsibilities before accidents occur, rather than just believing that they can act as they want. Gone are the days where people were hurt and it was just assumed to be there bad luck. Now extra training and tools are being supplied – maybe not because they are so lovely, but it is still happening. This is wonderful, and we can only imagine what else could happen in the future, and how this situation may continue to progress. Either way it is worth watching, and most would predict it will be an exciting ride.

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    Date Published: 13th October 2014

    Author: David Brown

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