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    Van accident in Treharris

    Frequently asked questions about your van accident

    Have you recently been involved in a van accident in Treharris? If this is the case, you probably have lots of questions that you want to ask about what you need to do. After all, no one really knows what the process is until it happens to them, and it can be a very stressful and traumatic time. Thankfully though, there is advice and support available to help you to manage. Here, we answer some frequently asked questions from those who have had a van accident in Treharris.

    Do I need medical advice?

    In some cases, those involved in an accident are taken straight to a local accident and emergency department for treatment. If this didn’t happen though, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t seek out medical assistance. If you think you may have untreated injuries, or you’re in pain at all, get in touch with your GP and book an appointment. They’ll be able to prescribe you with pain relief, or refer you to a specialist if necessary. Remember that your health and well-being should be your number one priority during this tough time and you should take it very seriously.

    Will I be allowed to take time off work for my recovery?

    Many people worry about having to take time off work whilst they recovery, or even just for medical appointments that they have to attend. Though the specific terms of your employment contract will determine whether you still get paid for time away from the workplace, it’s worthwhile noting that most employers will be understanding. To prevent any problems from occurring, make an appointment to speak to your boss. Open communication is often key, here.

    Can I make a claim for a van accident in Treharris?

    If your van accident in Treharris wasn’t your fault, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. To talk to a skilled advisor from Accident Advice Helpline, call 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. The line is open 24 hours a day, and the friendly and professional team will be happy to answer any questions and talk you through the process. The services are endorsed by popular TV presenter and consumer rights champion Dame Esther Rantzen, so you know that you’re placing your trust in a law firm that really delivers.

    If you follow the advice here, you will find that your recovery after your accident is much more manageable.

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    Date Published: 9th August 2014

    Author: David Brown

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