20th March 2020
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Exposure to a harmful element in the workplace or a unsafe working environments can cause a condition or illness which is known as an industrial disease. The illnesses and conditions you can develop as a result of an industrial disease vary greatly.Your employer is responsible for yourself.
There are many reasons you could contract an industrial disease/occupational ilety whilst you are at work. If your employer fails in their duty causing you to suffer an industrial disease then you can make a compensation claim. If you have had suffered any occupational illness, disease or trauma then start your industrial disease claim with Clearwater solicitors. Call us on 08000 430 430 or complete our online enquiry form to request call back.
The impact of industrial diseases can be slight or fatal. Exposure of some chemicals can cause instant death. Other effects of industrial or occupational disease are as follows:-
Under the Health and Safety at Work Act employers have a duty to keep their workplace free of any hazards which could lead to an industrial disease. Measures employers can introduce include:-
It is the moral and legal responsibility of all employers to introduce and implement safety measures such as those listed above. You can make a compensation claim if your employer fails to implement these simple steps. Making an industrial disease claim can cause your employer to introduce a safe working environment and prevent other employees from contracting industrial disease.
If you have contracted an industrial disease you are entitled to claim compensation for personal injury and all financial losses. At Clearwater solicitors we have expert industrial disease solicitors who can help you obtain the compensation you deserve.
Our expert solicitors can deal with different types of industrial disease claim such as:-
You can start your industrial disease claim today by calling 08000 430 430 or you can complete our online enquiry form to receive a call from us.