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Occupational Asthma Compensation Claims

Asthma is a condition in which sufferers encounter breathing problems. When a patient develops asthma, the airways narrow and causes breathing difficulties. Some of the common symptoms of asthma are wheezing, coughing, tightness in the chest and shortness of breath. In some cases, it is possible for patients to make full recovery. This is when their condition is diagnosed and treated in a timely manner.

However, when the condition becomes worse, the patient will have to suffer breathing problems for the rest of his life. There are a number of irritants which are known to cause asthma when an individual is exposed to it over a long period of time. These include:

  • Animal hairs
  • Pollen
  • Dust
  • Latex
  • Welding fumes
  • Grains
  • Wood dust
  • Solder fumes
  • Chlorine enzymes
  • Flour dust

People who work with or around these substances are at a greater risk of developing asthma. When a person develops asthma after being exposed to these irritants at work, it is known as occupational asthma. If you have suffered as a result of occupational asthma, you must remember that you may be eligible to make occupational asthma compensation claims.

Make A Compensation Claim for Occupational Asthma

At compensationclaim.co.uk, our expert industrial disease compensation claim solicitors can help you make occupational asthma compensation claims. If your employer has failed to protect your health and provide you with a safe working environment, we will help you recover the compensation that can make a significant difference to your situation.

We handle all industrial disease compensation claims on a No Win No Fee basis. In addition, we also offer a 100% compensation guarantee. So if you believe you have an occupational asthma claim, submit your details through our online claim form for a free evaluation of your case.