Industrial Disease Claims

Chest Disease Claims

Bringing a Claim for a Chest Condition (e.g. COPD, Industrial Asthma)

Injury to the lungs can be caused through the inhalation of gases, fumes, vapour, dust, and micro-organisms. Many types of fumes and dust irritate the lungs causing conditions such as emphysema, pneumoconiosis, asbestosis, silicosis, chronic bronchitis, industrial asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease/chronic obstructive airways disease (known as COPD / COAD). Those who already have lung problems such as asthma or bronchitis are particularly vulnerable. Moreover, some conditions result from an abnormally sensitive reaction of the body and once individuals have become sensitised, even extremely small quantities of the substance concerned can be harmful.

To prevent the risk of injury, employers are under a duty to carry out an assessment of hazardous substances by identifying hazards and assessing their risk to health, consider measures to prevent exposure, where prevention is not possible look at what needs to be done to control exposure, keep their employees fully informed about the risks and keep procedures under review, install extractor fans where necessary, and provide safety equipment.

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How To Contact Us

To contact The Accident Solicitors about a personal injury claim, please either telephone us on 0333 3010 700 or complete the short questionnaire above. Simply click the 'Send Now' button to submit the questionnaire once you have completed it. Upon receipt, it will be assessed by a solicitor who will then contact you to discuss the matter. The solicitor appointed to contact you, will be a specialist in your type of accident. The Accident Solicitors handle cases on behalf of clients throughout the country. Our head office is based in Wilmslow, Cheshire, and we also have offices in Manchester, Liverpool, Warrington, Chester, Stoke-on-Trent, Leeds, Sheffield, Preston, Nottingham, London, Exeter, Bristol, and Birmingham.

This initial consultation is completely free of charge.