Leading specialists in industrial disease and work related conditions.
Founded in 2009, Roberts Jackson is an Award Winning Law Firm, helping clients and their families to make successful No Win No Fee claims against negligent employers.
We pride ourselves on looking after clients, providing a personable legal service and expert guidance through every stage of the claim process. Our expert solicitors also aim to get the maximum amount of compensation for any injury, illness or condition caused or in some cases, if a pre-existing condition has been made worse by your employer. We have recently been ranked 151 in The Lawyer top 200 UK law firms.
Industrial Disease Compensation Claims
Our solicitors have a full understanding of health and safety regulations to provide clients with expert legal assistance for Industrial Deafness claims, Asbestosis compensation and more.
Highly experienced in all occupational disease cases including Asbestosis, Industrial Hearing Loss and Occupational Asthma, our solicitors are able to deal with the following claim types:
Asbestosis is a condition that affects the lungs. The condition is a result of exposure to asbestos which was used as a material for multiple uses including insulation and protecting against fires.
CumulativeBack Injury Claims
Have you recently felt a twinge in your back or have you been dealing with a back condition for many years? Has your work made the issue worse? Find out more about back pain at work here.
Mesothelioma is a rare type of cancer caused by asbestos exposure, exposure to even a single asbestos fibre is enough to cause Mesothelioma.
Noise Induced Hearing Loss Claims
Noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) also known as Industrial Hearing Loss, is a work related condition that is common in industries where excessive noise is prevalent.
Occupational Asthma Claims
Occupational asthma is a condition which is caused by a person's working environment. Asthma occurs due to the inhalation of certain airborne substances.
Occupational Dermatitis Claims
Occupational Dermatitis is the inflammation of the skin due to a person's contact with certain hazardous substances or due to certain element of their working environment.
RepetitiveStrain Injury Claims
Repetitive Strain Injury is a term used to describe a number of potentially immobilising conditions such as tendinitis and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Regardless of the rarity of your illness, injury or condition, our specialist solicitors will be able to run your case if we choose to take on your claim and guide you throughout the legal process. Specialising in all work related injury and illness issues, from back injury compensation to Occupational Dermatitis claims, we can make sure you achieve a successful settlement.
What is Industrial Disease?
Many forms of industrial disease are caused directly by working conditions and practices, such as Repetitive Strain Injuries, handling Hazardous Substances, Back Injuries caused by lifting or Vibration White Finger from use of vibratory tools. Other forms of industrial disease are not as obvious such as the loss of hearing caused by working in noisy environments.
Making a Claim For Industrial Disease
You may be eligible to make a claim for industrial disease if you feel your health has been affected by your work. The best way for us to establish whether work has caused your condition is to speak to one of our advisor’s using our free phone number or one of the other contact methods on site such as the live chat facility or claim forms down the right hand side of the page.
However, a claim can even be made for certain diseases such as Occupational Asthma and Dermatitis if you had a pre-existing condition that was made worse by your employer.
To find out if you can make a No Win No Fee claim for compensation, contact Roberts Jackson Solicitors on our free advice line 0808 250 7287. A dedicated specialist will then be able to assess your claim, and decide whether it is worth your while to proceed. With your claim in the capable hands of an Award Winning Law Firm, you can rest assured that you will receive the compensation you deserve.
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