At Manners Pimblett we understand that some people who have been involved in an accident at work or in the work place may feel reluctant to make a claim. After all we are dealing with the place where you work some may see the claims process as a negative for their career. How will your boss view you if you claim? Let us break your working situation down. Regardless of how you perform, or how much you are paid, the workplace is required by law to be a safe working environment. The UK is world leading when it comes to Health and Safety minimum standards so every perceivable risk assessment will have been carried out by your employer or Boss to ensure that accidents in the workplace are at an absolute minimum. Some might say that we live in a "Nanny State", closely monitoring all aspects of our lives, but would you not agree that your safety at work is an important issue?

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Accidents are never comfortable circumstances to endure, especially when you are a passenger in a car that is involved in a road traffic accident. If you suffer an injury as a passenger, no matter how minor (even whiplash!) then concern and worry you have to consider your options, including the possibility of making an accident claim. You may have to take valuable time off work or receive numerous treatments for your injuries, all of which adds up to sorrow and inconvenience. You need compensation for your injuries, it is your right. If you are in a vehicle where the driver is not at fault for the accident then the issue of making a claim is normally not a problem and a simple claim against the other drivers insurance. But what if the driver of the car you were a passenger in, was at fault?

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Millions of pounds have been invested in remedial works on the nations paving. The rise in compensation claims has had a tremendous impact on your local authority. Savvy local authorities and councils have had to act fast over the past few years to stem the growing tide of accident compensation claims. Middle England has been concerned for years about the potential of becoming another litigation fuelled country much like America. But in an age of political correctness gone made, accident claims are a day to day aspect of our lives.

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When it comes to making a genuine accident claim, it may be whip lash caused by wearing your seatbelt in a road traffic accident, a fall from any height on a ladder at work or a simple trip on a pavement; the long/short term consequences to you are not always clear. Your injury Your injury There are the obvious physical symptoms and potential psychological effects, the trauma caused by an accident, which can leave a long term impact on you. Time off from work, physical injury and loss of earnings are the tangible effects of an accident but when the scars heal the financial implications of an accident need to be addressed.

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Physical damage to the ear and loss of hearing following an accident or industrial damage has a major effect on your life. We rely so much on sound and hearing, from day to day interaction with family and friends to being able to stand up straight. An injury to your ear or loss of hearing can have a devastating effect on your life. This Manners Pimblett article looks at damage to the ears and hearing in an accident.

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