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Skin Problems

If you believe that you are suffering with a skin complaint as a result of your work you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.

Skin problems can often be caused by exposure to chemicals and irritants in the workplace. Common skin conditions which can be caused by exposure to dust and chemicals include:

  • Dermatitis
  • Ulcers
  • Skin cancer

The following sources can cause skin problems:

  • Pesticides and solvents
  • Dyes and oils
  • Cleaning products
  • Glues and adhesives
  • Latex and rubber
  • Preservatives

If you believe that you are suffering from skin problems as a result of your work you should seek legal advice quickly. There are important time limits, which are governed by law, which govern disease litigation claims and it is important that if you feel you have a claim you pursue the claim within this time frame to ensure your claim is not statue barred.

In addition to pursuing a typical compensation claim for skin problems the team may be able to help you apply for Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit.

There are lots of different breathing problems which are known as prescribed diseases and are covered by the scheme. If you fulfill the criteria you may be eligible to receive a weekly payment from the Government. Claims for Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit can be made in addition to a claim for compensation or as a stand alone application. Successful applications can result in a payment within two to three months.

If you think that you may be entitled to make a claim for either civil compensation or would like to apply for Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit please contact us for free, no obligation advice. If we think that you have a good claim we will offer to represent you on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis.

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