0333 003 1909

Work Place Illness & Disease

'.......because of this, I have now arranged an appointment to have two hearing aids fitted' Mr E Gibson

NewLaw Solicitors has a specialist team of legal experts that can deal with your workplace illness or disease claim, getting the best results for you.

  • Our goal is to explain the claims process, jargon free to you
  • Some diseases can be life changing, and our team will be able to advise you on your rights and the remedies available to you
  • Our team can advise on claims including occupational hearing loss, such as deafness, vibration white finger (HAVS), asbestos related conditions and occupational asthma 
  • We won't charge you a penny if your case is lost - no win, no fee

If you’re concerned about making a claim against your employer, call NewLaw Solicitors on 0333 003 1909

We understand that being diagnosed with an asbestos related condition can be extremely traumatic. Some of the conditions can be very serious. People who have been exposed to asbestos are unaware of the damage that has been caused, until many years later, when they begin to experience symptoms.

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It can take some time to realise that you may have hearing problems, or even deafness in an ear. It can leave both you and your family frustrated when you are asking them to repeat themselves constantly. Simple things like turning the TV louder or having difficulty in a group conversation can be annoying.

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Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is caused by vibration at work and can be preventable. However, it is important to understand, that once the damage is done it can be permanent and can result in quite serious injury. Vibration injury can have an effect on your daily activities and may require you to pursue an alternative career or employment.

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Hearing protection is available in various forms, such as ear defenders and ear plugs, but are our armed services provided with sufficient protection from excessive noise levels? Don’t they deserve the best protection available to do the job, rather than merely being provided with what is generally available at budget prices?

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People who work in certain jobs, especially in the manufacturing industry, may have a higher risk of cancer because of exposure to chemicals, radiation, or other aspects of their work.

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Every year many people develop asthma or their asthma is made worse because they are exposed to dangerous substances at work. This is called occupational asthma. The condition can take weeks, months or even years to develop, depending on the person and the substance.

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Dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin, which is caused by coming into contact with skin irritants or skin sensitisers. It is more commonly known as eczema, and the two most common types of irritant contact and allergic contact dermatitis.

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Work Related Upper Limb Disorder - as described by the Health and Safety Executive is a disorder described as having aches, pains and tension involving any part of the arm from fingers to shoulders or the neck, and is often caused or made worse by work.

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Whether you have been exposed to Carbon Monoxide at home or at a place of work, contact us today to find out further details on how you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

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We understand that being diagnosed with an asbestos related condition can be extremely traumatic. Some of the conditions can be very serious. People who have been exposed to asbestos are unaware of the damage that has been caused, until many years later, when they begin to experience symptoms.

Close More info

It can take some time to realise that you may have hearing problems, or even deafness in an ear. It can leave both you and your family frustrated when you are asking them to repeat themselves constantly. Simple things like turning the TV louder or having difficulty in a group conversation can be annoying.

Close More info

Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is caused by vibration at work and can be preventable. However, it is important to understand, that once the damage is done it can be permanent and can result in quite serious injury. Vibration injury can have an effect on your daily activities and may require you to pursue an alternative career or employment.

Close More info

Hearing protection is available in various forms, such as ear defenders and ear plugs, but are our armed services provided with sufficient protection from excessive noise levels? Don’t they deserve the best protection available to do the job, rather than merely being provided with what is generally available at budget prices?

Close More info

People who work in certain jobs, especially in the manufacturing industry, may have a higher risk of cancer because of exposure to chemicals, radiation, or other aspects of their work.

Close More info

Every year many people develop asthma or their asthma is made worse because they are exposed to dangerous substances at work. This is called occupational asthma. The condition can take weeks, months or even years to develop, depending on the person and the substance.

Close More info

Dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin, which is caused by coming into contact with skin irritants or skin sensitisers. It is more commonly known as eczema, and the two most common types of irritant contact and allergic contact dermatitis.

Close More info

Work Related Upper Limb Disorder - as described by the Health and Safety Executive is a disorder described as having aches, pains and tension involving any part of the arm from fingers to shoulders or the neck, and is often caused or made worse by work.

Close More info

Whether you have been exposed to Carbon Monoxide at home or at a place of work, contact us today to find out further details on how you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

Close More info

We understand that being diagnosed with an asbestos related condition can be extremely traumatic. Some of the conditions can be very serious. People who have been exposed to asbestos are unaware of the damage that has been caused, until many years later, when they begin to experience symptoms.

Close More info

It can take some time to realise that you may have hearing problems, or even deafness in an ear. It can leave both you and your family frustrated when you are asking them to repeat themselves constantly. Simple things like turning the TV louder or having difficulty in a group conversation can be annoying.

Close More info

Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is caused by vibration at work and can be preventable. However, it is important to understand, that once the damage is done it can be permanent and can result in quite serious injury. Vibration injury can have an effect on your daily activities and may require you to pursue an alternative career or employment.

Close More info

Hearing protection is available in various forms, such as ear defenders and ear plugs, but are our armed services provided with sufficient protection from excessive noise levels? Don’t they deserve the best protection available to do the job, rather than merely being provided with what is generally available at budget prices?

Close More info

People who work in certain jobs, especially in the manufacturing industry, may have a higher risk of cancer because of exposure to chemicals, radiation, or other aspects of their work.

Close More info

Every year many people develop asthma or their asthma is made worse because they are exposed to dangerous substances at work. This is called occupational asthma. The condition can take weeks, months or even years to develop, depending on the person and the substance.

Close More info

Dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin, which is caused by coming into contact with skin irritants or skin sensitisers. It is more commonly known as eczema, and the two most common types of irritant contact and allergic contact dermatitis.

Close More info

Work Related Upper Limb Disorder - as described by the Health and Safety Executive is a disorder described as having aches, pains and tension involving any part of the arm from fingers to shoulders or the neck, and is often caused or made worse by work.

Close More info

Whether you have been exposed to Carbon Monoxide at home or at a place of work, contact us today to find out further details on how you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

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