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Wioletta Wojciechowska

Wioletta Wojciechowska

Claiming compensation for an accident at work or the so-called an accident in the workplace is not an easy matter.

Employers most often do not feel responsible for accidents at work and try to prove the fault of the injured party, thus wanting to avoid paying compensation. Unfortunately, insurance companies do the same.

Of course, this kind of injustice cannot be allowed, which is why we help the victims in obtaining decent compensation for accidents at work.

Is it worth giving up our rights? What to do in the event of an accident at work? To whom and how can we direct our claims?

You will find the answer to the above questions in Jongman Advies Buro. We hope that we will help you in the fight to obtain proper compensation for an accident at work.

There is a widespread belief that accidents at work are directly related to the lack of respect for health and safety rules, for which the injured employee is solely responsible. However, not in every case the employee's fault is so obvious. Very often, the employer or his insurer is responsible for an accident at work, and then the victim is entitled to appropriate compensation.

Failure to provide employees with proper working conditions, disregarding occupational health and safety rules. Failure to provide proper clothing and equipment for the employee. Lack of proper training and imposing excessive duties on one person, which results in overtiredness. All this causes tragic events to occur and most likely will occur if nothing changes in the practices used. The result of an accident may be a partial or complete inability of a given person to perform work and exclusion from professional life for a certain period of time or permanently. Despite this, the injured person is very often afraid to assert his rights and demand compensation. Fear of losing their livelihood, conflict with the employer and lack of knowledge of the language do not motivate to fight for their rights.

Compensation

Jongman Advies Buro cooperates with law firms specializing in this type of cases and, acting on behalf of the victims and their families, helps to obtain the following benefits:

  • Compensation for the harm and pain suffered due to bodily injury, permanent health loss
  • Reimbursement of hospital and non-hospital treatment costs,
  • Reimbursement of the purchase costs of rehabilitation equipment and disability compensation devices,
  • compensation for lost income,
  • Reimbursement of care costs by third parties,
  • Reimbursement of transport costs related to treatment
  • In the case of partial or total incapacity for work - a pension compensating for the loss of income
  • All other costs related to the accident

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Adres:
Tax office

Jongman Advies Buro

Schoolstraat 11

6942 AJ Didam

Nederland

Telefoon:
+31 6 33 900 588
E-mail:
info@kancelariapodatkowa.nl

About Us

The founder of the Jongman Advies Buro Tax Office is Erwin Jongman. In 2008, Wioletta Wojciechowska joined the company as a tax advisor (entry number 675333) with 25 years of professional experience gained while working in administrative offices and enterprises. Our Tax Office has been operating on the Dutch market for almost 15 years. We operate in Didam (near Arnhem).

Despite the rapid development, we are still a family company and the most important thing for us is a nice atmosphere combined with professionalism. We serve both natural persons working in the Netherlands, as well as sole proprietorships (ZZP), offering our assistance already at the stage of its registration. The Jongman Advies Buro Tax Office provides services in the field of bookkeeping, all tax and social matters and labor law in the Netherlands. Our clients can also count on assistance in the field of Dutch and Polish PIT tax settlements, possible supplements (toeslagen), social matters (UWV, CAK, SVB), insurance and others, taking into account the constantly changing tax regulations and applicable law.