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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

    Rushcliffe accident at work compensation

    How to enjoy your work day

    Even if you love the job that you have chosen, it is not always going to be enjoyable to get up and go to work. Some days you may be feeling tired or under the weather, whilst other days you might be working on a project that you are not particularly excited about.

    If you are heading into work feeling dread rather than excitement, there are a few things you can do to lighten the load, and make the day more exciting for you.

    • Stay busy. The worst way to get through any work day is to avoid working hard, as this is likely to make the day drag on for even longer, and mean that you will be bored throughout. Instead of trying to avoid doing anything productive, do everything that you possibly can, and if you need to ask for extra work.
    • Talk to people. Keeping yourself to yourself might help you to get your work done a little better, but it is also likely to make you feel quite bored and isolated if you are not careful. Make sure that you greet everyone with a smile as the day goes on, and feel free to join in conversations to make the day go a bit faster.
    • Start something new. Doing the same project day in day out is guaranteed to make you feel as though you aren’t really getting anywhere. See if there are any new projects going that you can get involved in, to keep you entertained and make you feel as though you are tackling something a little more exciting. Your employer should be more than happy to give you the extra work if you want it.

    What to do if you want to claim Rushcliffe accident at work compensation from your employer

    After a work accident, you should talk to your employer and find out what can be done about the situation. Your employer should absolutely look into the reasons for your accident so that, at the very least, they can do something to stop the same situation happening again.

    Sometimes, your employer will offer you some sort of monetary reward to make you feel better about the accident but, if not, you can always look into claiming Rushcliffe accident at work compensation through other sources.

    Try calling Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to find out more about claiming Rushcliffe accident at work compensation, and see if you have a good case of your own. If you do then experienced personal injury lawyers will work with you to get you the Rushcliffe accident at work compensation that you deserve, working on your behalf so that you shouldn’t even have to go to court.

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    Date Published: 11th September 2014

    Author: David Brown

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