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Work related illnesses affect thousands of people every year. If you, too, have suffered from an industrial disease which your employer is at least partly responsible for, then you could be entitled to compensation.
Types of occupational disease
You could make a claim if your employer failed to protect you even with the knowledge that you could become ill with any of the following work-related diseases and illnesses:
Hand arm vibration syndrome (also known as vibration white finger)
Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
Skin conditions e.g. dermatitis
How can I make a claim?
Making a claim is easy. Our service is 100% free and our partners could help you make a no win no fee compensation claim. Fill in our quick and easy form to start your claim today
Fill in a short claim application form to find out the amount of your compensation
Injuryclaimscalculator.com is a trading name of AEO Trading Ltd. It is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registration recorded on the website www.register.fca.org.uk
We work alongside a panel of specialised personal injury solicitors and we will put you in touch with one of these. We charge our solicitors for the marketing and operational service we provide, and these costs are not passed on to our customers.
Typically, customers pay 25% of the amount recovered, although this will be subject to your individual circumstances and the actual fee may be more or less than this. Termination fees may be applicable in certain circumstances. If you have any questions regarding this feel free to speak with our panel firm. You are free to instruct the solicitor of your choice, and you may be able to pursue via a Statutory Body such as the Motor Insurance Bureau or the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
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