Industrial disease claims
Exposure to certain environments can, over time, lead to illness or a reduced quality of life. What may seem like "part and parcel" or a job or working environment, shouldn't cause you pain and suffering in the future.
Noise, dust, chemicals, vibration and fumes that you are exposed to in the work place can cause suffering and potentially limit your ability to work in the future. All employers have a responsibility commonly called a "duty of care" to their employees, which is covered by law to promote health and safety in the work-place.
Our legal professionals have seen and dealt with all types of industrial disease, and it is our experience that can help you get full compensation for symptoms that your case has given you. It isn't just a case of claiming for physical pain and suffering, but we can assess whether your case is likely cause long-term changes to your future.
With some of the leading legal advisors in industrial disease amidst our team, we can ensure that you get the compensation you deserve, as a result of your illness.
We can provide free and completely confidential advice initially, to asses your circumstances, and help you understand just what we can do to help.
Industrial disease', such as noise-induced hearing loss or vibration white finger, may become more apparent as time goes on. If you have been suffering with work related illnesses such as these even for many years, we can assess your claim as you may be entitled to compensation.
Your employer has a duty to ensure you have limited exposure to environments which can cause industrial disease, as doing the "bare minimum" isn't always enough.
We have experts in all types of industrial disease, commonly these can be:
- Noise induced hearing loss commonly known as industrial deafness
- Vibration White Finger
- Repetitive strain disorder
- Dermatitis or other skin related illnesses
- Occupational Asthma or breathing issues
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Call our Industrial disease solicitors for expert advice - 0114 256 4000
There is always a possibility that your working environment could be the cause of illness, infection or disease, and our experience legal advisors can help you assess whether you are owed compensation. If you are owed compensation, we will do our utmost to make sure you get your full entitlement, which identifies not just your current situation, but potential implications for the future.