Compensation for MinersWe can help you claim compensation for you and your family
Why Claim Miners Compensation
If you have contracted an illness or suffered an injury as a result of working as a miner, Mercury Legal Online can help you make a claim for compensation. You may have been exposed to coal dust and be suffering from chronic lung disease, or you may have developed vibration white finger due to the repetitive use of vibrating tools in the mines. Regardless of your condition, Mercury Legal Online are experienced in helping thousands of miners and ex-miners claim compensation as a result of the injuries and diseases they have suffered. The Mercury Legal Online team will:
- Guide you through the claims process
- Answer any questions you may have
- Do all of the form-filling for you
How the compensation can help you
We understand that claiming compensation may not be able to return your good health, nor wipe out the pain and suffering you have endured as a result of your industrial injury. It can, however, help to substantially contribute towards your rehabilitation costs and loss of earnings.
Our friendly team can help you make a claim today
We recognise that your peace of mind is extremely important and will support you every step of the way to make the claims process as simple as possible for you. Our friendly team will do the hard work and form-filling so you don’t have to. Simply fill in our compensation claim form and one of our expert advisers will be in touch. 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. Either way, your claim will be dealt with immediately.
Claiming Compensation For Miners
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