August 24, 2021
This blog is the first part of our 3-part series for ‘Preparing The Ground’ with personal injury matters. In this article, we offer advice for what you need to know before an accident at work occurs.
Maybe surprisingly, it's sometimes the things that you do before an accident even happens that help you make the strongest case.
It's not always about the injury itself, the pain that you’re in or the fallout in the aftermath, it’s about being able to prove your employer was negligent.
Proving negligence starts way before a personal injury occurs.
If you have concerns that your employer isn't doing everything that they can to make sure that risks are managed safely and that it’s just a matter of time before a personal injury is inflicted, it’s time to start implementing these 5 things.
Here’s what to do before an accident at work:
We’ve just told you about how much complaints matter before an accident, so it is absolutely crucial that you make your complaint in a way that can be recorded.
Ideally, complaints should be made in writing and made through a formal process, but having a record of email communications (for all complaints) will do the job.
Read our other ‘Preparing The Ground’ accident at work advice articles:
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