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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

    Pneumatic drill injury advice


    ContentsHand arm vibration syndromeVibration white fingerRepetitive strain injuryPrevention and treatment adviceIf you have worked with pneumatic drills and are experiencing symptoms associated with long-term use, it is time to seek pneumatic drill injury advice before it’s too late. The best place to start is with your GP, telling him or her about your work history….

    Can I claim for pneumonia?


    ContentsWho is to blame?Symptoms of pneumoniaTreatment and prognosis for pneumoniaAre you at risk of developing pneumonia?How much compensation could you get for pneumonia?Next steps in your claim for pneumoniaPneumonia is an inflammation of the tissue in the lungs usually caused by a bacterial infection. The tiny air sacs located at the ends of the breathing….

    In focus: Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Act, 1920


    ContentsMoving on from the Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children ActA forerunner to the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974?The dangers of modern jobsStaying safe at work is just as important as everHave you been injured at work?Just before Christmas 1920, a new law came into effect, known as the Employment of Women,….

    Claiming compensation for asbestos exposure


    If you have ever worked with asbestos in the past, that irritating cough you have recently developed may be far more serious than you first thought possible. In recent years, there have been increases in the numbers of injuries that have arisen as the result of exposure to this harmful substance. Even though the majority of people….

    Occupational Asthma – Can I Claim?


    ContentsHow could I get asthma from work?What workplace allergens might I have been exposed to?I already had asthma but my work is aggravating itMy manager is not taking my asthma at work seriouslyHow to make a claim for an asthma-related illnessApproximately 4.3m adults are currently receiving treatment for asthma in the UK but it you….

    Claiming compensation for work-related stress


    Work that has been well designed, managed and organised is something that can be good for us. Most people enjoy doing a job in which they feel that their contribution is valued and they make a difference. Work plays a large part in many of our lives, so it is important that we can do….

    The average payout for industrial deafness


    ContentsHow common is hearing loss caused by industrial deafness?How much could you receive if you make a claim for industrial deafness?Make a claim todayIt’s impossible to imagine what it would be like to live without the sense of hearing. While the majority of cases of deafness occur through age (6.5 million people over the age….

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