Dermatitis is a skin disease which may caused by contact with hazardous agents or substances. If it is caused as a result of your profession, it is termed as Occupational Dermatitis.
Employers have a legal duty of care to protect their employees from any kind of harm at work. If your employer has failed to adhere to health and safety regulations, resulting in you suffering occupational dermatitis, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Safety measures include;
- providing protective clothing,
- providing training to use chemicals correctly
- storing chemicals safely
Our Specialist Solicitors are Here to Help
Our solicitors at M&S Law will assess each aspect of your potential claim before taking any legal action against the responsible party. If you have developed this condition as a result of direct contact with toxic substances in the workplace, you will be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Our aim is make the claims process as simple as possible, providing support throughout the claims process, including receiving the best possible healthcare support for your condition.
Your claim will be run on a No Win No Fee claim basis, giving you peace of mind that you will not be charged any upfront legal fees.
Contact us for Occupational Dermatitis Claim
To get legal advice about how to start a claim or to discuss anything about your case please contact us on 01254 40 40 55.