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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

    Lincoln No Win No Fee Accident

    What to do if you think that your boss is being unfair to you, and how to make a no win no fee accident claim against them

    It is difficult to assert yourself if you feel that your boss is being unfair to you as they are above you in the company hierarchy, and you may feel that if you push too hard you may end up losing your job. This is because your boss has been there longer, and is probably considered more important to the company than you are.

    However, if they are making it difficult for you to do your job, or are making it so that you don’t want to go into work every day, you must do something about the situation as soon as you can.

    • Work out why this is unfair. You may simply think that things aren’t fair because they are not going your way, and there is almost nothing you can do in this situation. In any work environment you have to accept that you won’t always get your own way, and it is only unfair if you are being treated differently from everyone else.
    • Have examples. If you have specific examples of why you think your boss is being unfair, with situations where others have been treated differently to mind, write these down so that you can approach your boss with more than just a vague complaint.
    • Go to your boss. Ask for an actual meeting, so that you aren’t surprising your boss with this conversation when potentially they are too busy to talk to you anyway. Have a meeting set aside and then bring up the subject with them.
    • Be professional. Try to remember that at all times when you are speaking with your boss, you need to be a professional person, as this is your job. Don’t allow your emotions to affect the way you talk to your employer.

    Making a Lincoln, no win no fee accident claim

    If you are injured in the course of doing your job, think about making a Lincoln, no win no fee accident claim against your employer. The money from a Lincoln, no win no fee accident claim can help you out whilst you are recovering, especially if you are not fit enough to go back into work in the meantime, and it will also force your company to review their policies to ensure that this doesn’t happen again.

    Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to find out what you can about making a Lincoln, no win no fee accident claim so that you can decide whether or not this is the right thing for you to do. If you do decide to go ahead, your claim will be handled on your behalf, making the process easier on you.

    Date Published: 4th November 2014

    Author: David Brown

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