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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

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    Personal injury lawyer in Aberystwyth

    Being involved in an accident is not only frightening, but can also have long-term psychological effects. One of the major problems affecting accident victims is lack of confidence when being in a similar environment. Going back to work can also cause problems, as the person’s confidence is at a low ebb and being away from the workplace will have caused them to lose touch with the working environment. Being away from work can also cause a loss of income. It pays to speak to a personal injury lawyer in Aberystwyth, although the town may not have too many options from which to choose. However, you can always use the services of a national company, who will provide the same service over the telephone such as Accident Advice Helpline.

    Seek advice from a personal injury lawyer in Aberystwyth

    Anyone who has had time off as a result of an injury or sickness will understand how daunting a prospect returning to work can be. Losing track of the work and any office changes can take getting used to, and there is also the fear of how your workmates may treat you. Keeping things simple will help, and of course you should make your manager aware of how you are coping.

    • You should always communicate with your employer while you are on leave, even if the accident occurred in the workplace. Any personal injury lawyer in Aberystwyth would give you the same advice. Keeping in touch shows you are genuine about not only your interest, but your intention of returning to work.
    • Suggest having a “phased” return to work. This allows you to work shorter hours for a few weeks, slowly building up to your normal hours. If you start to struggle, then speak up – don’t run the risk of making yourself ill because you cannot cope.
    • Don’t lose faith in your ability to do the job. It may take you a while to get back into it, so take your time and remember you were employed because of your abilities to do that very job. If you start to struggle, then speak to your manager sooner rather than later. Remember that you may need a new risk assessment following your injury, so make sure that this is done sooner rather than later.

    Outside the workplace

    It is easy to collapse in a heap once you are inside the door, particularly in those first few weeks. Try not to make work the only thing that you do. Exercise will stop you getting stiff, and a social life will make you feel valued.

    If you are still unsure about making a claim for compensation following your accident, then now is the time to speak to an personal injury lawyer. Alternatively, why not try a national company such as Accident Advice Helpline? We can deal with the majority of claims over the phone, so there is no need for any face to face contact. Call us today on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, and find how we can help you.

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