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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

    Staffordshire Moorlands accident at work compensation


    How to talk to other teachers about problems and make an accident at work compensation claim

    You should always be able to talk to other teachers about problems, in order to help you to work better in the school that you are teaching in. If you are a new teacher who isn’t quite comfortable in the school or with their classes yet, this can be frightening at first, as it can be if you are a brand new teacher and this is your first teaching job.

    Any problems you are having need to be dealt with as quickly as possible, to allow you to get used to your job and do the best possible job you can without having to worry about sorting out these day to day issues. Here are some ways you can get help from other teachers.

    • Make time to sit down. Don’t try to speak to your colleagues one on one during breaks between classes as there just isn’t time to fully get into the situation. Instead ensure that you plan a meeting before or after school where you can all talk about any problems you might be having, and come up with ways to resolve the situation.
    • Make a big deal of the biggest problems. Don’t allow other teachers to brush you off just because they are busy or stressed with their own situations. If you think that an issue is a big deal and needs to be resolved you should say so, and make sure that something is done about it as soon as possible.
    • Ask other teachers what is happening with them. People are always happier to sit down and listen to others if they feel that they are being listened to as well. Make sure that you are happy to listen to the problems of others as well as wanting to vent your own issues, and make sure that other teachers know that this is the case.

    How to claim Staffordshire Moorlands accident at work compensation

    You can make a Staffordshire Moorlands accident at work compensation claim against your school or college if you are injured in an accident caused by a student or teacher, or by the negligence of the school itself.

    If you aren’t sure whether or not you have a good case for Staffordshire Moorlands accident at work compensation, you should call Accident Advice Helpline first on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to find out more making a claim and whether or not your own case has a good chance of being successful.

    If you do want to proceed, you can make a start right away, alongside an experienced injury lawyer who will work entirely on your behalf to get you the Staffordshire Moorlands accident at work compensation you deserve.

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    Date Published: 15th September 2014

    Author: David Brown

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