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Can I make a claim for Occupational Asthma?
Are you suffering from asthma because of exposure to irritants like fumes, gases and dusts at work? Then you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Many people do not always link their asthma to exposure to irritants and substances at work. But if you noticed that the symptoms of your asthmas ease when you leave work, then your asthma could be work related and you should contact us straight away.
- If you worked around fumes or in dust in any occupation including:
- Metal working or welding,
- Wood working, or joinery
- Baking or food processing
- Soldering or electrical work
- Or in engineering
We may still be able to help you if your exposure occurred many years ago and the symptoms of your asthma may have improved or even if your employer isn’t there anymore.
We may be able to help you make a no win no fee claim. It doesn’t cost you anything to speak to us and you are under no obligation to pursue a claim, even if we think you have a strong chance of winning.
Find how we can help you to make a claim by calling us today or request a convenient call back.
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