- Upper Body Injuries
£4350 - £83750
Because asbestosis is usually experienced as a result of exposure to asbestos fibres at work, the disease is sometimes known as an 'occupational lung disease'.
Employers owe a duty of care to their employees, in that they must take steps to keep employees safe and healthy at work. This includes notifying employees if they are working with (or near) hazardous substances such as asbestos, and providing the appropriate safety equipment.
If you are wondering whether you are entitled to asbestosis compensation, consider these points:
If the answer to any of these questions is 'no', you may be entitled to claim asbestosis compensation.
If you think your employer was negligent in allowing you to be exposed to asbestos, either by failing to make you aware of the dangers, or by failing to provide proper safety equipment, you may be able to make a successful asbestosis claim.
Claiming asbestosis compensation does not have to be difficult - you can get professional advice from a specialist solicitor and they can represent you on a no win no fee basis, meaning if your case is lost you won't pay a penny.
Call us today for further advice and information. If you have a valid claim for asbestosis compensation we will put you in touch with a solicitor who can handle your case.
Please note, to be eligible to make a claim, you must have been diagnosed with asbestosis within the last three years.
The asbestosis compensation can help you and your family deal with any financial difficulties you have experienced due to your illness, and help to compensate you for your pain and suffering.
The sooner you call, the sooner your asbestos claim will be completed, so get in touch as soon as you can. Our phone line is free, and you can also start your claim online - once you filled in a quick online form, one of our friendly advisors will call you back and talk you through your asbestosis compensation claim.
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