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WHY PERSONAL INJURY TRAINING COULD BE VITAL TO YOUR FUTURE CAREER PROSPECTS

Turn on any commercial television station during the daytime and you’ll see a rash of adverts advising those who have had accidents at work or on the road to seek the services of a personal injury specialist solicitor. Slips, trips and falls are big business, as the UK becomes more inclined to hold those responsible to account in the courts. It’s not ‘ambulance chasing’ – it’s ensuring that people who are injured through no fault of their own receive the compensation that they deserve. And if you’re not trained to deal with personal injury claims, you could be limiting your future prospects and the chances of progressing in your career.

Personal injury training – a necessary development

Personal injury law covers a wide range of disciplines including employment law, public and private liability and the complex minefield that is medical negligence. To represent victims of personal injury cases you need to know not just how the law works, but how it relates to particular circumstances such as road traffic law or Health and Safety at Work legislation. The personal injury market is worth millions of pounds every year. Without the right training, you won’t see any of that potential work coming your way.

Personal injury claimants don’t just need justice. They need reassurance that their case is being handled by someone who has their best interests at heart and is knowledgeable and experienced in the field. Without the right training, you cannot offer them that reassurance, so it’s vital to make sure that your clients see someone who is capable of navigating the choppy waters of personal injury litigation without having to ‘check up in the manual’ every five minutes. Are you a good listener? Can you organise interim payments to help victims of serious injuries get the rehabilitation or equipment they need to start rebuilding their lives after an accident? Can you work out if an employer is really responsible for that wet floor or if it was simply a genuine accident with no blame to be apportioned? All of this is part of catering for personal injury victims. It isn’t enough just to be qualified. You have to really understand the story behind every claim and how the law will apply in each case.

A growing market

Personal injury litigation is a growth industry. From industrial illnesses such as mesothelioma due to asbestos exposure right through to that old stalwart ‘whiplash’, personal injury claims are on the rise. Whiplash alone accounts for 1,200 new cases every day in the UK. So there’s a big demand for experts in personal injury law who can help millions of people get the compensation that they deserve.

Personal injury training can give you access to that marketplace and push your career into new areas. No two cases are ever the same, and the work is both challenging and rewarding. Claimants can be concerned parents of young children who have been injured in school right through to multiple claimants seeking compensation for illness caused by years of working in dangerous conditions such as coal mines. As personal injury litigation continues to grow, the need for experts well versed in the process is going to increase. The growth of ‘No win, no fee’ litigation has opened a door for people who would have otherwise gone uncompensated. Are you ready for the challenge of helping those people and giving them the opportunity to have their voices heard? If you are, then isn’t it about time you considered personal injury training to advance your career?

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The problem when attending any personal injury legal training course is knowing whether you are actually going to learn anything new or find a different perspective, or whether you will just hear the same things that you have heard many, many times before.

The good news with MASS Training is that you know it is always going to be the former case. MASS’ courses are practical, informative and excellent value for money. My staff always come back feeling inspired and energised by having their existing knowledge and expertise confirmed, but also by picking up some new practical steps that they can immediately implement to make them more efficient in their day to day tasks.

I have absolutely no hesitation whatsoever in wholeheartedly recommending MASS Training to anyone looking for Personal Injury Training. It is the best training available.

MASS Training provide excellent content. The fact that they are in the main practising solicitors or legal executives means that not only do they fully understand their specialist subject matter, but they also know how to use this knowledge in the day to day running of their case load.

If they are not currently running a course covering the area of law that they are interested I know that if I suggest it to them they will be happy to prepare a course for us either in-house or generally within a matter of weeks.

We have in the past, and continue to, send our staff on the MASS Diploma Course, an excellent opportunity to develop essential skills and understanding for running RTA matters. If you are not yet ensuring your staff attend MASS Training courses, you are missing out on some of the best Personal Injury Training available.

Very informative. Easy to understand. Not a typical course which you can easily lose concentration

Thoroughly enjoyed it! It was both informative and practical, the fact it was quite hands on and interactive made the subject matter come to life and the topic elements sink in to some sort of structure! I feel like I actually understand some of the fundamental elements

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