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Can I make a claim for Bladder Cancer?
Bladder cancer is one of the most common cancers in the UK, but it can take up to 50 years for bladder cancer to develop. However, time is no barrier to a successful claim by Mercury Legal on your behalf. If you have been diagnosed with bladder cancer and worked in any industry where you were exposed to:
- Fumes or vapours including painting or paint manufacturing,
- Metal working,
- Plastic or paper production,
- Glues, dyes or pigments,
- Pharmaceuticals or pesticides
Then call us today about a no-win-no-fee claim for compensation. We will review your employment history for links between your exposure and your bladder cancer. That connection may be decades ago, and your employer might not be trading any longer, but in most cases we can trace their insurance company and pursue a claim on your behalf. Bladder cancer can be treated successfully and the NHS offers a range of treatments. But if we can establish a link to your occupation it may also be possible to claim for the cost of private treatment. Mercury Legal charges no up-front fees, so it is free to contact us. And you won’t be under any obligation to proceed with a claim. Even if you have smoked, we may still be able to secure you a much needed award of compensation. So please give us a call now on 0800 122 3130
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