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Industrial accidents can be devastating, causing serious injuries and even fatalities. If you have been involved in an industrial accident that wasn't your fault, you may be entitled to compensation. At Stephensons, our experienced team of industrial accident solicitors can help you to make a claim and get the compensation you deserve. We understand the impact that an industrial accident can have on your life, and we are committed to providing you with the support and guidance you need to get back on your feet. Contact us today to find out how we can help with your industrial accident claim.

As you may already be aware, in accident at work claims, claimants have three years from the date of the accident to issue proceedings at court. This is known as the limitation period. In industrial disease claims, however, this three-year period starts to run from the date the symptoms first became significant and were associated with work. Stephensons are well-placed to advise you on the key limitation issues that can arise as they vary on a case by case basis

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What is an industrial disease compensation claim?

An industrial disease compensation claim refers to a claim made by a worker who has developed an illness or medical condition as a result of their work environment or exposure to toxic substances. This claim seeks financial compensation for the suffering and losses caused by the industrial disease.

Why choose our industrial disease claims solicitors?

At Stephensons we understand the devastating impact that industrial diseases can have on your health and livelihood. That's why our team of expert solicitors are here to help you navigate the complex process of making a compensation claim.

Our industrial disease claims lawyers are highly experienced in handling industrial disease cases and will work tirelessly to ensure that you claim the compensation you deserve. We constantly evolve our services to meet the needs of our clients, so you can trust that we will seek the right compensation for your specific situation.

Starting the process is easy - simply give us a call on 0161 696 6235 for a confidential conversation. Our legal advisors will quickly assess whether you have grounds for a claim and guide you through the entire process.

We were honoured to be awarded 'Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence Team of the Year' at the prestigious 2022 Manchester Legal Awards, as well as being commended in The Times Best Law Firms 2019. This recognition speaks to our expertise and dedication to our clients. Trust Stephensons to handle your industrial disease compensation claim with compassion, professionalism, and skill.

How can our industrial disease solicitors help?

Our team of highly experienced industrial disease compensation claims solicitors are dedicated to helping you receive the compensation you deserve. We understand the devastating impact that industrial diseases can have on your physical, emotional, and financial well-being. With our expertise and knowledge in this complex area of law, we will guide you through the entire legal process, ensuring you understand your rights and options. We will gather all the necessary evidence, build a strong case on your behalf, and negotiate with the responsible party for a fair settlement. Our goal is to provide you with the support and expertise needed to claim the compensation you are entitled to, allowing you to focus on your recovery and future well-being.

Can I claim for industrial injury compensation?

To determine if you can claim industrial injury compensation, you should consult with a lawyer specialising in personal injury law. They will assess your case, considering factors such as the nature of the injury, the circumstances under which it occurred, and relevant laws.

What types of industrial diseases are eligible for compensation claims?

Industrial diseases that are eligible for compensation claims include asbestos-related diseases such as mesothelioma and asbestosis, lung diseases caused by exposure to harmful substances like coal dust and silica, occupational cancers caused by exposure to certain chemicals or materials, repetitive strain injuries, noise-induced hearing loss, and work-related stress and mental health conditions.

How can I determine if my industrial illness is a result of my work environment?

To determine if your industrial illness is a result of your work environment, you and your solicitor should consult with a medical professional who specialises in occupational health. They will evaluate your symptoms, medical history, and work environment to provide a diagnosis and determine if there is a link between your illness and your workplace conditions.

What constitutes a disease claim?

A disease claim refers to a compensation claim made by someone who believes that someone else was responsible for them developing a disease, usually at work.

What jobs are most at risk of industrial diseases?

Jobs that involve exposure to hazardous substances, such as construction workers, miners, factory workers, and healthcare professionals, are most at risk of industrial diseases. These industries often involve exposure to asbestos, chemicals, radiation, and other harmful agents that can result in long-term health issues and diseases.

What should I do if I suspect I have an industrial disease?

If you suspect you have an industrial disease, you should seek immediate medical attention and inform your employer. It is important to document any symptoms or health issues related to your work environment for potential legal action or compensation claims.

Will my industrial disease claim go to court?

It is impossible to determine if an industrial disease claim will go to court without more information about the specific circumstances of the claim. Many claims are settled out of court, but some may require litigation if a resolution cannot be reached through negotiations or alternative dispute resolution methods.

How do I prove an industrial disease compensation claim?

To prove an industrial disease compensation claim, you and your solicitor would typically need to gather evidence such as medical records, work history, and witness statements. You may also require expert opinions from doctors or occupational health professionals to link your condition to the workplace. Consulting a solicitor specialising in industrial disease claims is recommended for comprehensive guidance.

How long does an industrial disease claim take?

The time it takes to settle an industrial disease claim can vary depending on various factors such as the complexity of the case, the severity of the illness, and the cooperation of all involved parties. In some cases, it can be resolved within a few months, while others may take several years to reach a settlement.

How long do I have to make an industrial disease claim?

The time limit to make an industrial disease claim is usually three years in England and Wales. In general, it is advisable to seek legal advice as soon as possible, so that you don't accidentally miss the opportunity to claim.

How much compensation for an industrial disease claim?

The amount of compensation for a successful industrial disease claim can vary greatly depending on various factors, such as the severity of the disease, the extent of the harm or disability caused, and the impact on the individual's life. It is best to consult with a legal professional experienced in industrial disease claims for an accurate assessment of potential compensation.

Contact our industrial disease solicitors

If you believe you may be entitled to a compensation claim for an accident or injury related to industrial diseases, our dedicated team of solicitors are here to assist you. To explore your options, please feel free to get in touch with us by calling 0161 696 6235 or filling out our online enquiry form. We are ready to listen, support, and guide you through the process.

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