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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."

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    A personal injury lawyer can set wheels in motion for compensation if an accident took place at work through no fault of your own and caused injury.  People automatically assume that unless an accident warranted a stay in hospital or time off work, it is not worth pursuing. However, an injury is an injury and deserves to be taken seriously.

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    For some people, an injury may not affect their ability to carry on with daily duties. Minor whiplash may not warrant time off work but the company responsible should pay for the inflicted long term pain caused.  Having said that, someone working in manual employment may not be able to continue working and will need time off work. Some companies place an employee on light duties. This allows them to continue earning without the risk of aggravating their injuries.

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    When injuries stop an employee from working, a personal injury lawyer will  account for loss of earnings when calculating a settlement figure.  This requires medical documentation from a doctor.

    People who do not take action against someone who has caused personal injury commit the biggest crime of all.  It is our moral duty to stop a guilty party from getting away with behaving irresponsibly.  Although, an individual may not have intentionally set out to cause harm, taking action reminds people to act with thought for others in the future.  If we let individuals get away with causing harm, the world would be a highly dangerous place.  People could behave exactly as they want and there would be no consequences.

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    A personal injury lawyer begins his career working with a senior on several cases before handling clients independently.  The procedure involves scrutinizing case files, gathering evidence and compiling legal documentation.  Clients will look to their lawyer for advice and guidance.  The aim will be to settle a case out of court but this is not always possible.

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    The person who caused an accident is often viewed as a bully by the injured party.  If both individuals attempt to discuss an accident face to face, it is likely that the accused will act flippantly.  However, things become more serious when a personal injury lawyer is involved.  It is at this point when the defendant will start to appreciate the seriousness of the matter and take responsibility for the accident.

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    If you know someone who appears to have a good legal case but is doing very little to right those wrongs it is worth doing everything in your power to persuade them otherwise.  Why not ask them to call a company such as Accident Advice Helpline on: 0800 689 0500.  Staff are polite and non-pushy but can help the victim to see the benefits of seeking a personal injury lawyer who will fight to win an impressive sum of money for injuries incurred.

     

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