Bentley, Yorkshire is a former mining village and its residents for generations will be involved in varying degrees to the mining industry. The physical health effects from working as a miner can take 15 years or more to show themselves, but in their worst extremes can be absolutely devastating. This is why the usual three-year claim policy is extended in industrial disease cases. Whether you were a miner in the 90s, 80s, 70s or beyond, we can still help you — even if your employer is no longer active!
Mining conditions are one of the most severe to work in, and not surprisingly can leave the most debilitating effects on one’s body — breathing problems, melanoma disease, asthma and even lung cancer can occur due to working as a miner.
Accident Advice Helpline are here to help! We are a law firm who were set up in the year 2000, when the assistance of legal aid for compensation was removed. We offer 100% free no-obligation advice and apply no pressure to use our company once the advice has been given. An injury lawyer in Bentley can be contacted at any time, day or night on freephone number 0800 689 0500, or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Upon initial contact with one of our trained advisors, you will be told whether or not you can claim for your particular injury or accident. Your injury lawyer in Bentley will then talk you through the compensation procedure and how we work. You will also be told how much your claim is likely to be worth. This could be a life changing sum, and it is totally free and risk-free to find out!
Our website at www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk is full of information regarding our injury lawyer in Bentley and all is accessible for viewing, from recommendations given by previous clients to the full endorsement we have from consumer champion Esther Rantzen, who we feel honoured to have recommend us and believe this puts us in a different league to the countless other compensation companies.
Due to the delicate nature of the relationship between a worker and an employer, people can feel awkward or embarrassed about the claims process and for this reason may not pursue a claim for compensation. You are entitled by law to be compensated for accidents and injuries received in the workplace, and we work in the strictest of confidence to help you receive this. Call our team today to be given free advice and information that applies to your case.
Date Published: 7th November 2013
Author: David Brown