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Claiming for An Industrial Disease
Have you contracted a disease at work? Mercury Legal Online can help you.
- Contracted an industrial disease
- Employer failed to assess risks at work
- Inadequate health & safety measures
- Enduring pain and suffering
- Unable to work
- Need expert legal advice
Each year thousands of people are affected by industrial diseases that they contract at work. Employers have a responsibility for your welfare whilst at work and they are required by law to assess any risks you may face in the workplace and take steps to minimise those risks. We can help you make a claim if you’ve been diagnosed with an industrial disease such as:
- Vibration white finger
- Occupational Cancers
Claiming for you and your family deserve
Industrial diseases can be seriously damaging with long term, and sometimes life-threatening, consequences, affecting you and your family. If you have been unfortunate enough to have suffered from an industrial disease you may be entitled to make a claim. Whether you have been exposed to asbestos or developed a repetitive strain injury, our team of legal experts have dealt with thousands of similar claims and will work closely with you and your family to ensure you get the outcome and compensation you deserve.
Mercury Legal Online will guide you through every step of the legal process and will answer any questions you may have, taking the pain out of the process at a time which may already be stressful and difficult for you.
Our friendly team will make it as simple as possible by doing all the hard work and form-filling so you don’t have to. Just fill in our compensation claim form and one of our expert advisers will be in touch or if you prefer you can talk directly to someone now by calling our 24hr Mercury Legal helpline on 0800 122 3130, or request a call back – your claim will be dealt with immediately either way.
Claiming For Industrial Disease
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