Looking for asbestos advice? Call the experts today
If you’re looking for asbestos advice from someone who knows what they’re talking about then give Accident Advice Helpline a call today. If you have, or even think you may have, been exposed to asbestos at work then you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. When you consider that regular exposure to asbestos can lead to lung diseases such as cancer, it’s certainly worth considering. Asbestos was banned in 1999 but even today, over 4,000 people in the UK die every year as a result of exposure to the substance and so it is only right that those at fault are identified. Accident Advice Helpline are incredibly knowledgeable about the laws surrounding asbestos in the workplace and are dedicated to providing you with the best asbestos advice in order for you to decide whether or not to make a claim.
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Although asbestos is Britain’s biggest industrial killer, it occurs in all sorts of buildings and workplaces. So whether you’re a plumber, an electrician, a builder or even a teacher or an accountant, you may have been exposed to asbestos and so if you suspect that this may be the case, give Accident Advice Helpline a call today. Just because you haven’t worked on a building site, you’re certainly not immune, so it’s a good idea to take steps today to claim any compensation that you’re due.
Getting advice about asbestos from the experts isn’t as hard as you might think. Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on their completely free 24/7 line on 0800 689 5659 to one of our friendly, professional advisers. Not only will they share their wisdom regarding asbestos claims but there’s also no obligation to proceed with a claim if you choose not to. If asbestos advice is all you need then that’s all you’ll get. The team are really friendly and are more than happy to lend an ear whenever you need a chat with someone who knows what they’re talking about. Often, it can be hard to know whether you actually qualify to make a claim, so why not log onto their website and make use of their compensation calculator which can tell you quickly whether you qualify?