If you or your loved one are suffering from an industrial disease you must contact Adam Law Solicitors immediately. Bringing a compensation claim can be a daunting process, especially if it is against your employer. Our Industrial Disease lawyers have a wealth of experience and will fight tenaciously to get you the compensation you need to obtain treatment and provide you with an income if you are unable to work because of your illness.
If you or your loved one have an industrial disease caused by exposure to workplace chemicals, noise, repetitive work, or hazardous substances you must contact Adam Law Solicitors as quickly as possible. Call now for a free initial phone consultation.
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Our expert Industrial Disease lawyers can advise and represent you for claims concerning:
- Bladder cancer
- Lung cancer
- Noise-induced hearing loss
- Occupational asthma
- Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
- Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
Adam Law Solicitors invest heavily in legal accreditations, including Lexcel. These provide our clients with the confidence that we meet the exceptionally high standards for practice management and customer care as set by the Law Society of England and Wales. This is especially important for our industrial disease clients, many of whom desperately require compensation to provide a lifelong income for themselves and their families and 24/7 care. Our Occupational Disease lawyers provide compassionate, sensitive advice and will never give up until they achieve justice for their clients.
Due to our formidable reputation in successfully winning industrial disease claims, Adam Law Solicitors has built strong relationships with leading Barristers, Queen’s Counsel, Medico-Legal Expert Witnesses and Mental Health Professionals.
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What is an industrial disease?
An industrial disease (sometimes known as an occupational disease) usually develops from exposure to harmful chemicals, substances, noise, or repetitive work. For example, Mesothelioma is a fatal lung disease caused by exposure to asbestos. Workers, particularly in the barber, hairdresser, and textile industries who were exposed to some aromatic amines have done on to develop bladder cancer.
Is it hard to claim compensation for occupational disease?
One of the biggest challenges when claiming compensation for an industrial disease is linking an employer’s negligent act or omission which exposed the Claimant to the harmful chemical or substance to the Claimant’s current illness. This is because many industrial diseases do not develop until years after the initial exposure to the chemical or substance. It can be difficult, therefore, to trace the original employer and/or their insurers.
At Adam Law Solicitors we relentlessly pursue all available avenues to find the relevant insurer, including:
- the ELTO Employers’ Liability Tracing Office (ELTO)
- historical company records
- newspapers and trade publications
We have a robust track record of quickly establishing the relevant insurance company and successfully winning compensation for our clients.
What is noise-induced hearing loss?
Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common industrial disease claims. It occurs when the hair cells in the ear, specifically the cochlea, are damaged because of noise exposure, typically above 70 decibels, over a period of time.
Signs that you may be suffering from noise-induced hearing loss include:
- A feeling of pressure or fullness in the ear.
- Believing people are mumbling when they are actually talking normally.
- Inability to hear high pitched sounds.
Our highly-skilled, compassionate Industrial Disease lawyers can assist you through the process of claiming compensation and will provide you with the legal advice and representation you need to achieve the highest award possible.
To find out how we can help you make an industrial disease claim, please call Adam Law Solicitors now for a free initial phone consultation.
If you or a loved one is suffering from an industrial disease you must contact us as quickly as possible. Please email us or use the form on this page.