In factories and industries where workers are involved with hazardous substances as their daily job, the chances to sustain injuries or to affect their physical and mental health increase every day. More exposure to dangerous materials can result in a person being more prone to health risks.
Such injuries or illnesses caused due to the exposure to hazardous materials at work, in a public place or in the home may bring financial and emotional strain to you and your family.
If you have suffered an injury or illness as a consequence of exposure to hazardous substances at work, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Our Specialist Solicitors will deal with your claim
Our highly experienced solicitors at M&S Law can deal with all cases involving hazardous substances. We will help you to claim compensation for your injury, suffering, pain and losses you have incurred as a result.
When hazardous substances such as paints, contaminated soil, pesticides, chemicals, heavy metals, corrosives, petroleum products, toxins, solvents etc, come into contact with the human body it can cause several common health issues including:
We understand how exposure to dangerous substances can bring long-term effects on your life, and even death in serious injury or illness.
In case of injury/illness while at work, we file a case of compensation against your employer for their negligence of health and safety procedures in the workplace.
We will discuss your injury or illness with medical professionals to evaluate the treatment required, both current and future, any other required therapies and the estimated timescales for recovery. This will all be taken into consideration by the third party insurer when making an offer to settle the claim.
Contact us for Hazardous Substances Claim
If you have suffered an injury/illness as a result of hazardous substance exposure, please contact us on 01254 40 40 55 to discuss your case. We provide a free initial legal consultation. Should you wish to make a claim, this will be done on a No Win No Fee agreement.