Okay people, I'll keep it short to stop the boredom.
Basically, 2 years ago I was medically discharged from the Army with a NFCI (Non-Freezing Cold Injury) - upon leaving my life was and kinda still is knackered, I can't work in outdoor environments without being in pain and raising the chances of making my injuries worse.
Today, my uncle asked me to work for him, to which I said yes, not asking what the work was, however, I've just found out the work is outdoor and handling wet goods, so now I am putting my claim for compensation at serious risk.
I've already had £13,500 as an interim payment - the MOD have just made me a final offer, and I really don't want to risk what could set me up as I'm already 2-3 years behind my age.
Do I risk the money and take a job, or do I take the job knowing I could quite easily lose everything? If it wasn't my uncle it would be a simple and easy enough answer, but him being my uncle makes things twice as personal.