Occupational Dermatitis ClaimHave you been diagnosed with Occupational Dermatitis?
Occupational Dermatitis Compensation
If you’ve developed occupational dermatitis as a result of handling chemicals or substances at work then Mercury Legal Online can help you make a claim for compensation. At Mercury Legal Online we have helped many other people like you make successful claims against their current or previous employer and continue to build expertise within our teams on your behalf.
As an employee your employer has a duty of care to ensure your safety at work and to provide the necessary protection to make sure you are not injured at work. Occupational dermatitis can be painful. The symptoms include:
- Cracked dry skin
- Weeping sores
- Skin itching
We’ll guide you through the claims process
At Mercury Legal Online we understand that financial compensation may not help your skin condition to heal any quicker, but it may go a long way to helping support you if you have had to take time off work or if you require specialist medical care. At Mercury Legal Online we 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 . From 1st April 2013 when you contact us you will not be asked to pay any money whatsoever up front and even if your claim is unsuccessful through no fault of your own, you will never be asked to pay anything to anyone.
Our friendly team can help you make a claim now
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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