Asbestos Claims & Asbestosis Compensation Claims
Those who are suffering from asbestos related diseases may be entitled to make asbestos claims and Asbestos Advice Helpline welcome you to get in touch with us today to discuss your individual circumstances. Statistics show that out of all men over 40 in the UK, 1% of them have been affected by asbestos and asbestos related diseases. Those who are suffering from diseases such as Asbestosis, Mesothelioma and other related diseases are eligible make asbestos claims for asbestos compensation.
Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral which is still mined in some parts of the world. It is made up of incredibly small fibres which can be very damaging to the human body when inhaled. 2 million asbestos fibres can fit on the head of a pin and they can cause fatal and disabling diseases such as Mesothelioma, Asbestosis, Lung Cancer and Pleural Thickening. If you or a family member is a victim of such a disease, you may be entitled to make an asbestos claim and be eligible for compensation.
Asbestos was widely used before its ban due to its useful qualities. It is resistant to flames, a good insulator and resistant to acid. Unfortunately, as it was widely used, it put a lot of workers at risk across a variety of industries.Read More
Whether you have been diagnosed with an asbestos related disease and are looking for further information and support, as well as help making an asbestos claim against a former employee who acted negligently and caused your condition, please remember that we are here to help. We welcome you to either fill in one of the callback request forms which you’ll find across our site or give us a call on 0800 088 7396. We treat each and every asbestos compensation claim with the uttermost compassion and many of our testimonials showcase the level of support which we’re proud to offer.
Our team of specialist asbestos solicitors are on hand to discuss your case as well as provide you with more information on whether you may be entitled to make an asbestos claim as a result of your diagnosis.