Work Related Illness Claims
Occupational Illness Compensation Claims Solicitor
According to government statistics, work related illness affects 4,540 of every 100,000 people in Great Britain. Acquiring a work related illness whether it is contact dermatitis, occupational asthma or even cancer, will have devastating effects on your lifestyle and well-being.
Carrs Solicitors specialise in work related illness compensation claims. If you have contracted an occupational illness or industrial disease, contact us about making a no win no fee compensation claim. Our services are completely free to you, and you will receive 100% of the compensation you are awarded in your settlement.
Your employer has a responsibility to provide you with safety equipment and protective clothing to protect you from toxic substances and any environmental conditions which could lead to an occupational illness or injury. Nonetheless, every year thousands of people develop work-related illnesses, many of which go unreported despite the damage an occupational illness or industrial disease may have on the sufferer's quality of life and ability to work.
Proving that your symptoms were caused by your work environment can be tricky and requires medical evidence and the testimony of expert witnesses. Should you wish to pursue a work related illness compensation claim you should hire a solicitor who specializes in occupational illness cases. Carrs Solicitors have over 18 years experience at winning work related illness compensation claims and we have the knowledge and resources to obtain the medical evidence you need and the expert witnesses to support your case. Contact us to discuss your occupational illness claim if you have been diagnosed with a work related illness including:
- Occupational asthma
- Asbestosis or asbestos-related diseases
- Occupational Dermatitis
- Latex allergy
- Chemical poisoning
- Vibration White Finger, Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
- Farmer's lung
- Industrial deafness
- Pneumoconiosis or other work related chest disease
- Heart disease
- Miners Knee (Bursitis)