Work related stress is far more prevalent than many people realise. If you need the services of a top injury claim lawyer because you’ve suffered from stress in the workplace that has resulted in you becoming ill, contact Accident Advice Helpline and make a no win no fee in Eccles claim.
Stress is not an illness, but it can cause illness
Stress in itself is not a medically acknowledged illness. It can however produce symptoms leading to other health issues. But stress is a subjective thing, so before you can launch a claim for stress injury in the workplace, you’ll need to have strong medical evidence to support your no win no fee in Eccles claim.
No win no fee in Eccles claims with Accident Advice Helpline
One of the most important issues with any workplace stress scenario is that you must communicate with your employer. It may be they’re unaware of the stress you feel they’re putting you under, and this must be bought to their attention. Your employer then has a duty of care to do everything within reason to mitigate this stress.
If your employer does not put corrective measures in place, or does not provide a satisfactory explanation for not doing so, then, subject to the necessary medical proof, Accident Advice Helpline may well be able to help you make a no win no fee in Eccles claim for compensation.
Statistics relating to stress in the workplace
Work-related stress is a serious problem that has been acknowledged by the HSE. Take a look at the following statistics from their website:
- There were over 428,000 cases of stress reported in 2011/12
- This represents 40% of all reported workplace related illnesses
- This figure has remained more or less static in the past decade
- Work pressure, and lack of management support are major culprits
- Bullying in the workplace is a major factor
Contact our customer support team
If you believe that you are suffering from work induced stress, and that you have a viable claim for compensation, then you should get in-touch with the customer support team at Accident Advice Helpline helpline to seek help and guidance. Our experienced advisers will be able to put you in contact with an appropriately qualified solicitor, who will be able to discuss your case with you.
If you would like to establish (a) whether your claim could be viable, and (b) if so, how much compensation you could be owed, then take the 30 second test by visiting our website and making use of the HOW MUCH calculator, you’ll find on the homepage.
Helpline contact details
To speak to an adviser, call our free 24/7 helpline on 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. You’ll see from our website that Esther Rantzen says:
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Date Published: 8th February 2014