What is Occupational Dermatitis?Have you been diagnosed with occupational dermatitis?
What Is Occupational Dermatitis?
Are you suffering from occupational dermatitis as a result of your work environment?
- Handled hazardous chemicals
- Irritant substances
- Developed occupational dermatitis
- Pain and discomfort
- Employers negligence
- Need expert legal advice
What is Occupational Dermatitis?
Occupational dermatitis is the term given to skin conditions as a result of using chemicals or substances in the workplace. Dermatitis conditions occur when the skin comes into contact with an irritant substance, whether that be on a one off or prolonged period. The contact with irritant causes the skin to show symptoms such as redness, blisters, dryness and itching – all of which can cause cracks in the skin and weeping to occur. Occupational dermatitis can be caused by coming into contact with or prolonged use of any substance or chemical such as:
- Cleaning products
- Fibre glass
Helping you claim the compensation you deserve
If youve experienced occupational dermatitis as a result of negligence in the work place Mercury Legal Online can help you to claim compensation. Our team of friendly legal experts have helped many other people just like you to get the compensation that they 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 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 dont 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 helpline on 0800 122 3130, or request a call back – your claim will be dealt with immediately either way.
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