How Do I Start A Accident At Work Claim?
In order to make a successful compensation claim after developing cancer of the nose, it must be proven beyond reasonable doubt that the illness was caused as a direct result of your employment.
While some cases are linked to HPV and others to smoking, we would need to prove that it was negligence on behalf of an employer that led to the development of accident at work, and we have a variety of ways of achieving this.
Certain types of cancers commonly occur as a result of exposure to specific substances,and if it can be proved that during your employment you were exposed to these substances then it is more likely that we can establish a link between your job and your illness. If needs be we will employ the services of medical specialists and experts in health and safety to prove these details.
The first thing to arrange is your immediate medical treatment. Once you have received a diagnosis and your treatment is in place, then you should get in contact with one of our friendly solicitors for free, with no obligation to continue with a case if you choose not to.
We understand that it can be a pretty daunting prospect; taking your employer to court while dealing with the issues that cancer can bring, but rest assured we have many years of experience in handling claims of this type and we will support and assist you throughout the process.
Cancer can take a long time to develop, but if it is not identified and treated early, it can lead to a range of complications, even death, so don’t put off making a claim until it is too late. There are specific timescales involved when making a personal injury claim, so contact us today and let us help you get the compensation pay out that you and your family deserve.
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Free Legal Advice
If you are unsure whether you can claim compensation for a personal injury sustained in the armed forces, then call our personal injury claims team for free for no obligation advice on making a claim. They will ask you some simple questions about your condition, talk to you about what’s happened and can tell you if you have a viable claim for compensation or not.
Call us 24/7 on 0800 028 2060.
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