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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

    Motherwell accident at work claim

    Is a driving job right for you? And how to make an accident at work claim if something goes wrong

    A driving job is a great way to make a living if you are predisposed to enjoy driving and be good at it, but it is not for everyone. Even if you are a very good driver when you do get behind the wheel, you may not have the personality or driving skills which best suit a professional driver, meaning that this career path isn’t quite right for you.

    If you have an interest in becoming a professional driver, it is worth thinking carefully about what you can do and where your strengths lie before you decide to start applying for driving jobs, in order to save yourself a lot of time and hassle as time goes by.

    • Are you a confident driver? If you aren’t a confident driver then you shouldn’t be looking for a driving job by any means. Many people think that if they get a driving job, the practice will help them to grow more confident. This could happen, but it isn’t worth risking your own safety to find out.
    • Do you like driving? Never take a driving job simply because it is good money or you need a job. These types of jobs are ones where you have to enjoy what you do so that you keep paying attention to what you are doing, and don’t find yourself losing interest whilst you are on the road.
    • Do you have advanced driving skills? There will be driving jobs you can get with just your standard driving licence, but if you are going to be spending all day every day behind the wheel, wouldn’t you prefer to have advanced skills beforehand?
    • How do you cope with serious situations? Try to decide how you would cope if something went wrong on the road and there was an accident or a serious situation. You should also think about how you would deal with an angry or dangerous passenger if that situation cropped up.

    You should think about making a Motherwell accident at work claim

    You should think about making a Motherwell accident at work claim if something goes wrong in your driving job and you are badly injured in an accident on the road. You should never be expected to deal with dangerous conditions in any job, and this includes driving jobs.

    If you were exposed to dangerous conditions and were injured because of it, you can make a Motherwell accident at work claim against your employer, and possibly against the other driver as well. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to find out more about making a Motherwell accident at work claim, and get started if the team agrees with you that you have a good case for compensation.

    Date Published: 4th October 2014

    Author: David Brown

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