Dermatitis compensation claims.
Dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin. For most people it is a childhood condition which clears up prior to adulthood.
However if you are someone who works with hazardous substances and you have developed dermatitis in later life, or you have an existing condition which has been made worse, there is a chance it could have been caused by your working conditions.
Are you due a payout?
Workers who come into frequent contact with products such as lubricants, alcohol based sanitisers, adhesives, soaps, shampoos, coolants, solvents, dyes, fungi and even certain plants are at risk of developing work related dermatitis.
Symptoms can include hives, rashes, itching, scaling and blistering of the skin. Those workers most likely to suffer from work related skin conditions include hospital staff, kitchen workers, factory workers, cleaners, hairdressers, printers and engineers.
If contact with irritant substances at work has led you to develop dermatitis, you may be entitled to a compensation payout.
At Imperium Law we have specialist solicitors to help you claim occupational dermatitis compensation from your employer.
Can you claim?
Your employer has a responsibility to protect you from contact with hazardous substances while at work.
Phone us free on 0800 633 5730 for confidential no-obligation advice.
Call our ‘No Win-No Fee’ lawyers to review your case.
All employers are required by law to abide by the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002.
If your employer has failed to keep you safe from harm, and you have developed occupational dermatitis, you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Speak to one of our personal injury solicitors to find out how much your dermatitis claim could be worth.