If you have been injured at work or feel you have been treated unfairly, you could be entitled to compensation. Typically, your job will do everything they can to make those sorts of claims go away. They do this by offering you some kind of deal or by pressuring you to drop your claim. You definitely should not drop any claim you think is legitimate. You should call a professional solicitor in your town. The solicitor will be able to advise you on how to move forward. If you find that you have a decent case, you will be in a good position to move forward. However, you will have some responsibilities as well. After you call the solicitor, you need to keep track of a lot of different details.
Both before and after you get in touch with Dorchester solicitors, you need to keep records. You need to keep records of phone calls and text messages between yourself and your employer, as well as between yourself and others. For example, if you texted a friend about the incident right after it occurred, you should keep a record of that conversation. Courtship often finds that contemporaneous notes are admissible as evidence.
Also, you should keep documents of medical records and expenses. Even if you are only buying over the counter medication, a record of your purchases can help prove that you were in fact injured and incurred expenses as a result.
Stay in Touch
You should stay in touch with your solicitor, not your employer. You should discuss all matters of your case with your solicitor and no one else. You don’t want to jeopardise your case by talking to someone you shouldn’t have.
If you follow these steps, you can successfully argue your case before just about anybody.