Industrial Disease Solicitors
Industrial disease will typically involve exposure in the workplace to some harmful substance, work practice or noise level over an extended period of time.
Industrial Disease Compensation Claims
Surveys in 2015 suggest that 1.3 million working people suffer from a work-related illness with 2,542 mesothelioma deaths due to past asbestos exposures.
When you are making an industrial injury claim, you will need to be able to prove that your working environment and your employer’s negligence resulted in your condition.
If you have suffered from the following:
- Industrial deafness (noise-induced hearing loss)
- Vibration white finger
This list of diseases outlines some of our most common cases, however if you have any other injury or disease contracted at your place of work or a result of your working environment, you may be entitled to compensation. Speak to our personal injury solicitors about making a claim.
Have you been injured at work? Start your claim today
As part of The Health & Safety at Work at, all employers have a legal obligation to keep their employees safe whilst they are at work. There are a range of measures employers should be taking to ensure that they are complying with this legislation, including effective workplace training, risk assessments, frequent & fair break times and also the provision on PPE in the current climate with COVID-19.
If you feel your employer is not meeting these requirements and putting you at risk, we make it easy to start your claim with our team of specialist Industrial Disease solicitors and in most circumstances can also work on a no win, no fee basis. To find out more please get in touch.