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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

    Irvine accident at work claim

    How to avoid making mistakes in a driving job and when to make an accident at work claim against another driver

    If you are working in a driving job, the last thing you will ever want to do is make a mistake and cause a serious accident or injury. Not only would causing an accident mean that you will probably lose your job, you will probably lose your licence as well and may even go to prison.

    You need to be aware of the risks before you even apply for a driving job, and then know exactly how to keep yourself and anyone travelling with you safe every day, and never let your guard down or you risk causing an accident even if you have years of experience.

    • Get enough sleep. There is absolutely no way that you are going to be able to get through a full day in a driving job if you have only caught a couple of hours sleep the night before. Not only will a sleepless night make the next day difficult for you, it might actually make it very dangerous. If you haven’t had enough sleep, you should let your employer know.
    • Stay energised. Even with enough sleep the night before, driving for long hours can make you sleepy or even just affect your alertness. You should have food and energy drinks to keep you perked up as the day wears on, although being aware that sugary foods and drinks will only offer a short burst of energy, followed by a crash.
    • Know what you are doing. The easiest way to avoid any mistakes in a driving job is to make sure that you have completed advanced training first. The more training you can get the better you will be as a driver, as this will increase your technical skills as well as your confidence.

    If you want to make an Irvine accident at work claim

    If you do have an accident, it may be possible to make an Irvine accident at work claim if you can prove that your accident was not your fault, and was in fact the fault of the other driver. Not only will an Irvine accident at work claim help you to stay afloat financially whilst you heal and before you are able to get back to work, it will also count in your favour when there is inevitably an investigation at work as to what happened on the road.

    If you want to make an Irvine accident at work claim and are worried about it being successful, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone to speak to the experienced team, who can offer you advice and support as well as helping you to put together a really strong Irvine accident at work claim.

    Date Published: 4th October 2014

    Author: David Brown

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