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About 50 people die of occupational cancer each and every day of the year. Despite strict legislation, many employers completely ignore the regulations and do not provide sufficient care and protection for their employees. The landscape for occupational cancer has changed considerably over the years from what was once thought to be just something older people suffered, to younger, fit and healthy workers dying due to negligent employers. The sad fact is that this industrial illness now affects a whole new generation of workers. Young parents, employees fresh from school or college and anyone else who comes into prolonged contact with carcinogenic compounds whilst at work. If you need legal advice about a potential personal injury compensation claim please call the helpline to speak to one of our occupational cancer solicitors.

  • 'My employer should have provided all the safety equipment and given me the proper sort of warnings, but they failed to say anything and we all thought it was safe to work surrounded by the dust' - R. Jones

Occupational Cancer Solicitors

Our personal injury solicitors have particular expertise in dealing with occupational cancer claims. You have a legal right to compensation under law if you have been negligently treated by your employer or in your place of work. If you're unsure, or you want to get an expert to confidentially give you legal advice then simply contact us and one of our occupational cancer solicitors will speak to you on the phone about legal action for occupational cancer compensation claims. We'll ask what your situation is and what problems you have experienced. We'll then give you a no nonsense assessment of the chances of success should you wish to claim compensation.

Dangerous Environment & Occupational Cancer

Additionally worrying is the fact that the young people who are dying from occupational cancer do not typically have long working records or previous heavy industry experience. The condition cannot therefore be blamed on a lifetime of breathing dangerous air. It's clear that occupational cancer is something that can be contracted relatively quickly through working in a dangerous environment.

Health & Safety at Work

About one in every three people in the UK will suffer from cancer at some time during their lives. One in every four people will die from cancer. It accounts for 25% of all deaths in England and Wales and the problem isn't going away. If you've been affected or you consider yourself to have been at risk from an employer who did not properly advise you or provide you with the necessary protective knowledge and equipment then you need to act fast.

Personal Injury Solicitors

Don't become a statistic - protect your legal rights and ensure you have done everything you can to safeguard your future and the future of those who depend on you. Contact us today. All of our claims are dealt with using the no win no fee* scheme. In the event that the legal claim is lost there is no charge made to the client. Your claim is totally risk free. If you would like to speak to an occupational cancer solicitor you can either use the helpline or complete the form or just email us. If after talking to us you decide not to take matters further then you are under no obligation to do so and you will not be charged for our advice.



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The author of the substantive medical writing on this website is Dr. Christine Traxler MD whose biography can be read here