Asbestos Industrial Disease
Carrs Solicitors have expertise in asbestos compensation claims and in obtaining occupational asbestos related compensation for our clients.
Diseases linked to Asbestos exposure such as mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis; tend to follow several decades after the exposure took place. If you or a family member have had exposure to Asbestos at work and suffer from any of these conditions, we may be able to assist in claiming compensation.
Even if the original employer has long since been dissolved, it is possible for us to recover compensation in full for asbestos related industrial disease.
The dangers of asbestos were known for many years but the material continued to be used widely in a variety of industries. Although the cause of most cases of asbestos related disease can be attributed to inhalation at work, awards have been made where the exposure to asbestos followed the bringing home of asbestos dust on the work overalls of a family member who worked in an environment where asbestos was present.
Recent case wins
- Carrs Solicitors wins asbestosis claim
- Carrs Solicitors settle asbestos compensation claim
- Carrs Solicitors wins mesothelioma case
Making an Asbestos Related Claim
We would always advise clients who think they may have been harmed by asbestos to seek advice, both medical and legal without delay. Carrs Solicitors are specialists not only in asbestos compensation claims but also in work-related chest diseases and other industrial illnesses such as vibration white finger.
Our initial consultation will involve a discussion of your case, your employment background, the circumstances surrounding your exposure to asbestos. From here, our specialist asbestos solicitor will go about the necessary investigation relating to your case and will assist in relation to benefit claims.
Carrs Solicitors provide a personal service keeping our clients informed at every stage of the claim with out of hour's availability on a free phone number that our clients can use at anytime to contact their appointed solicitor.