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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Solvent in eye accident advice

    Solvent in eye accident advice

    If you are looking for solvent in eye accident advice, you have probably suffered a serious eye injury because of exposure to chemicals. In some working environments, toxic and corrosive chemicals are used on a daily basis. This means that the people working in such environments can sustain a major chemical injury at any time.

    Your employer’s responsibility to you

    Regardless of whether employees work with children, electrical equipment or chemicals, their employer has a duty of care to them, which means that they must take all the steps that are reasonably possible to ensure their safety, health and wellbeing at work.

    If you have been injured whilst handling chemicals through no fault of your own, your employer may be deemed to have breached their duty of care by failing to keep you safe from harm. UK law, however, also holds you responsible for your own health and wellbeing at work. This means that you have a legal right to refuse to undertake a task that is not safe or for which you are not qualified without fear of disciplinary action.

    In workplaces where people work with dangerous chemicals, employers can take a number of precautions in order to avoid chemical accidents, such as training their workers appropriately, providing personal protective equipment including gloves and masks, and restricting access to areas in which the most dangerous chemicals are stored.

    The effects of a chemical injury

    Different chemicals can lead to different types of injuries. Unfortunately, many people working within specific industry sectors will experience various types of chemical injuries, ranging from minor burns to chronic respiratory inflammation and severe poisoning.

    If you have sustained an eye injury because of a chemical splash in the eye, you can experience a range of symptoms including redness, irritation, pain, swelling, blurred vision, inability to open the eye and even irreversible eye damage, including vision loss.

    Since a chemical splash in the eye can cause some very serious complications, no-one will blame you if you decide to seek solvent in eye accident advice from a personal injury law firm immediately after sustaining a chemical injury to the eye.

    How to claim for compensation

    Accident Advice Helpline are an experienced personal injury law firm who can help you to claim compensation for your injury. We know that chemical injuries can be very serious, some of them resulting in permanent damage and disfigurement. Although no amount of money can erase the traumatic experience you have gone through, it can help you to focus on your rehabilitation process without worrying about your financial situation.

    To start your chemical injury claim process, all you need to do is to get in touch with our advisors, who can offer you competent solvent in eye accident advice. Furthermore, it costs you nothing to contact Accident Advice Helpline by phone or online for a no-obligation claim assessment. We are here to help you start your compensation claim whenever you are ready. Call us on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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