Workplace disease & illness

If you have suffered from illness or disease and suspect your work is to blame you could be entitled to personal injury compensation. Our workplace disease & illness claim solicitors have, for many years, helped individuals and families who have suffered a range of health issues following their employment.

If you are not sure which employer is to blame you should still seek expert legal advice as we will be able to research you working history and working conditions. Our workplace disease compensation experts have helped individuals from across England and Wales, and have successfully fought a number of high profile cases involving large groups of workers.

We offer FREE advice and guidance without obligation. If you choose to instruct Hugh James solicitors we will fight your case on a no win, no fee basis. For further details on this and to receive your free consultation contact our workplace illness solicitors today.

 


Our experience

The Hugh James workplace disease solicitors have the experience and specialist knowledge that is required for this complex area of law. We have a strong reputation in workplace disease litigation and have recently won a landmark case where others had failed.

We have helped thousands of people claim millions of pounds in compensation following employer negligence.

How can we help?

Our team of workplace injury solicitors can help by:

  • Seeking Interim Payments where possible
  • Exploring treatment and other rehabilitation options with insurers
  • Benefit advice
  • A free financial check up
  • Financial planning

We offer free, no obligation, advice. If you chose to instruct our workplace disease specialists we will represent you on a no win, no fee basis.

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