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Chest Injury Compensation Claims

A chest injury can occur internally or externally.  If you suffer injuries to your chest as a result of undertaking a physical job or getting involved in an accident, the consequences can be extremely serious.  However, damage to the chest can also be caused internally.   For example, if you inhale dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide, fume, smoke or fibrous material such as asbestos, you can develop chest pain and other disorders affecting the chest.

Chest injuries can be sustained in a variety of ways and in many different places.  Here are some examples of how you may suffer injuries to your chest:

  • Road traffic accidents
  • At the workplace as a result of performing heavy lifting tasks or manual handling tasks
  • Being exposed to chemicals, fumes and poisonous materials
  • Slips and trips
  • Falls from heights
  • Sporting accidents
  • Criminal assaults

If your chest injury was not your fault and if it was caused within the last three years, it may be possible for you to make a risk free no win no fee chest injury compensation claim.

We Are Here To Help You

If accidents take place and someone else is to blame, our solicitors can help you recover the compensation to which you are entitled.  Every year we help hundreds of innocent victims and recover substantial compensation on their behalf.  We have the expertise, skills and experience to help you obtain the maximum level of compensation possible for your case.

Here’s how much compensation you may be able to recover for your chest injury:

Traumatic chest injury including injury to the lungs and heart which causes impairment of function, reduction of life expectancy, physical disability and permanent damage – up to £66,000.

Injury to the lungs and chest causing some form of disability – up to £36,000

Simple injuries resulting in permanent damage to tissues and causing long term impact on lung function – up to £11,800

Residual damage caused by inhalation of smoke and fume – up to £8,250

Making A Claim

If your chest injury was caused at work, in a road accident or any other place due to the negligent act of someone else, we can help you make a compensation claim.

You can contact us on our free helpline and arrange a consultation with our expert solicitors.

To arrange a call back, you can fill in the short claim form on our website.