If you have been diagnosed with having a lung disease, and you suspect that your condition could have been caused by exposure to toxins or harmful substances, and within your place of work, then no win no fee* lawyers in Milford Haven may be in a position to help you make a claim for personal injury compensation.
No Win No Fee* Lawyers in Milford Haven
What kinds of lung disease cases can no win no fee* lawyers in Milford Haven help you with?
There are quite a few different types of lung diseases that a no win no fee* lawyer in Milford Haven can help you make a claim for. Whether or not your particular case qualifies for help depends on the circumstances surrounding it.
If, for example, you have developed a lung disease as a direct result of exposure to hazardous, or potentially hazardous materials such as coal dust or asbestos, then a no win no fee* lawyer in Milford Haven may be able to represent you and your claim.
Medical conditions can be looked at as being industrial diseases, if they were caused during exposure to hazardous materials in the workplace. As a result of this, your employer, or even former employer, can be held responsible.
All employers in the UK have a duty of care to the people that work for them, and this is to ensure their safety and well being. Failure to do the mandatory things, for example, providing proper PPE to help protect against the potential harm that can caused by dust particles or asbestos, can leave them wide open to claims for personal injury. An experienced Accident Advice Helpline solicitor will know which laws and regulations your employer will have broken. With this knowledge, an experienced lawyer can close a case in your favour quite quickly.
Accident Advice Helpline can help your claim for
- COPD – chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder
- Emphysema – often caused as a result to long term exposure to dust or other harmful materials
- Pneumoconiosis – results in the scaring of the lungs which is often caused by dust.
- Lung cancer – this condition is very often fatal, mostly because it is not normally detected until late in its development.
If you relate to any of the above, please do not wait any longer – pick up the ‘phone and call us on our free to call number – 0800 689 0500 from land lines. Call us today, and let’s see how we can help you.