Black Lung ClaimTrust In Mercury Legal
Have you been diagnosed with Black Lung Disease as a result of your job or from a poor work environment? We can help you
- Worked in coal mines
- Exposure to coal dust
- Poor health & safety measures
- Diagnosed with Black Lung Disease
- Worried about the future
- Need expert legal advice
What is Black lung disease?
Black lung disease is a lung disease resulting from scarring of the lungs caused by coal dust. The condition which affects mainly coal miners or sometimes ground colliery workers is caused by them inhaling coal dust particles into their lungs over a long period of time.It is thought that up to one in twenty coal mine workers has evidence of having black lung disease. The symptoms include:
- shortness of breath
- obstruction of the airways
- severe cough
We’ll guide you through making a Black Lung claim
There is no cure for black lung disease. At Mercury Legal Online we have helped thousands of coal mine-workers and ex mine-workers to claim compensation having been diagnosed with black lung disease. We understand this can be a traumatic time for you and your family so our friendly and experienced team will be on hand to support you every step of the legal process.
Our friendly legal experts can help you make a claim today
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 you if you prefer you can talk directly to someone now by calling our 24hr Mercury Legal Online helpline on 0800 122 3130, or request a call back – your claim will be dealt with immediately either way.
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