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Chemical Poisoning Claims: Harmful Chemical Exposure & Injury Claims
If you have suffered illness or injury after being exposed to harmful chemicals whilst at work, you could be eligible to make a chemical poisoning claim. Your employer has an obligation to make sure you are protected from hazardous substances whilst in the working environment; if they fail in that obligation, you are entitled to financial compensation.
Call us free on 0800 0747 644 for a free, no-obligation assessment of your case. Alternatively, complete our online contact form and we will be in touch.
How Grieves Solicitors Can Help
The industrial disease solicitors team at Grieves Solicitors specialise in helping the victims of workplace accidents including financial compensation claims for injury caused by poisoning:
- We regularly help employees who have been exposed to benzene, chromium, carbon monoxide, mercury, organophosphates, and other harmful chemicals claim the damages they deserve.
- Our solicitors will handle every aspect of the legal process on your behalf, ensuring you are kept regularly updated on the progress of your case.
- If you are concerned about making a claim against an employer, our solicitors will be happy to provide constructive advice; remember, it is not your employer, but their insurer, that covers the cost of your damages.
If your doctor has diagnosed you as suffering from an illness related to exposure to harmful chemicals, and you suspect that this is the result of an unsafe working environment, speak to a solicitor as soon as possible.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Claims
The effects of carbon monoxide poisoning can be extremely serious. If another person has not done their job properly and you, or a member of your family, have suffered as a direct result, you could be entitled to claim compensation.
Carbon monoxide (or CO) is toxic. The threat of Carbon monoxide poisoning is compounded by the fact that carbon monoxide is colourless, odourless and tasteless, making it incredibly difficult for people to detect. Inhaling too much of the gas can result in poisoning, which can prove incredibly damaging to your body, as well as impair your mental functions.
What are the symptoms of Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning?
It is not always easy to notice the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning. However, common symptoms include:
Those who have been exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide may experience more severe symptoms. These can include an impaired mental state, vertigo, ataxia, seizures and loss of consciousness.
No Win No Fee Poisoning Injury Claims
The team at Grieves Solicitors regularly helps victims claim the compensation they deserve; money that can be put towards rehabilitation and medical care costs, and maintaining a comfortable quality of life.
Our lawyers will handle every aspect of the process on your behalf, ensuring you are kept fully up to date on the progress of your case. We can generally act for claimants on a No Win No Fee basis. meaning in the unlikely case your claim proves unsuccessful, there would be absolutely no costs to pay for services and work already undertaken, and, if as is generally the case, your claim is successful, we do not charge you for our services, as our fees will be paid by the opposing parties insurers.
Get Started Today
Whether you are ready to begin a chemical poisoning claim, or you are still unsure and would like to ask a few more questions before making a final decision, call us free on 0800 0747 644. An experienced solicitor will be happy to discuss your potential case and provide constructive, no-obligation advice.
Alternatively, complete our online contact form and we will call you back as soon as possible.