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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

    Rother accident at work compensation

    How to decide if you want to take a job, and find out more about claiming accident at work compensation from your last job

    Just because you are offered the job after attending an interview, doesn’t mean that you have to actually take it. The interview process is there to help the employer to find a person that they think would work well in their workplace environment, but also for potential employees to get a look at the workplace and the people that they would be working with, and decide if it suits them.

    If you go for an interview and walk away thinking that you wouldn’t enjoy working there, you don’t have to take the job if you get it. But you do need to think carefully before you turn down any job offer, as it may be a while before you get another one.

    • Think about the interview. At the interview you will have met at least a couple of people that you would be working with, and you will have seen the office on a normal work day. Think about if you really see yourself in this environment and think that you would be happy working here.
    • Think about the job role. Make sure that you know everything about the job role so that you know exactly what will be expected of you, and what a normal work day will be like. If you are unsure that you will be able to cope in the job, you should reconsider taking the role.
    • Think about distance. Even the most amazing job will start to get you down if it is too far away and means a lot of travel, or even staying away from home for long periods. Perhaps this is something you would enjoy, but if not you should seriously think about whether you would cope in the long term.

    Finding out more about a Rother accident at work compensation claim

    You should make a Rother accident at work compensation claim if you have been injured in your last job, which is why you are currently not working. Having Rother accident at work compensation will help you to be able to take your time when looking for another position, as you won’t be quite as financially pressured to take the first job you are offered.

    Many people are put off making a claim because they feel that it will be difficult to process, but if you go through Accident Advice Helpline you should find it much easier. Call us free on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to speak to the team about your case, and find out whether or not they think that you have a good chance of making a successful Rother accident at work compensation claim. If you do then the team can handle your case on your behalf.

    Date Published: 11th September 2014

    Author: David Brown

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