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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

    Penicuik Accident at Work Claim

    How to stay relaxed in meetings with potential employers and when to make an accident at work claim against one

    If you work for yourself, are a freelancer or are even just looking to make a move from the job that you are currently doing to something new, you may have to have a series of meetings with potential employers to see what you can offer each other.

    These won’t be framed as interviews, potentially because you are supposed to be working out if you want to work with these people as much as they have to decide if they want to work with you, but it can still be nerve-wracking to go into a meeting with people you don’t know, and that you want to impress.

    • Know what you want to talk about. To avoid getting flustered and struggling for things to say, it might be a good idea for you to make a few brief notes about things that you want to talk about in the meeting, listed in order of importance so that you don’t miss anything out when you are in the meeting.
    • Know that the meeting is important for both parties. If you go in feeling as though you are in an interview then you are bound to be nervous about what is going to happen. If, however, you are sure that the meeting is just as important for the other party as it is for you, this should help you to keep calm.
    • Listen. Instead of being worried and overthinking things throughout the meeting, make sure that you listen to what is being said, so that you can respond appropriately. This is a much better idea than just trying to satisfy your own agenda.
    • Ask questions. If anything confuses you, make sure that you ask immediately what you need to, so that you understand. This will help to kill some of your nerves.

    Make a Penicuik accident at work claim

    Even if you aren’t working full time for an employer, if they do something negligent which leads to you having a serious accident or sustaining injuries of some kind, you should still be able to make a Penicuik accident at work claim against them. In order to make a successful Penicuik accident at work claim, you will need to have evidence against the employer who caused your accident, and this is where a personal injury lawyer can help you.

    Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone to speak to the team about making a Penicuik accident at work claim and get help deciding whether or not you have a good case for compensation. If you do then you will be passed over to an experienced in house injury solicitor, who will help you to put together your claim.

    Date Published: 6th October 2014

    Author: David Brown

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