Injuries caused by hazardous substances or materials may happen through isolated incidents (such as a spillage or leak), or over a long period of time, in case of prolonged exposure to fumes, dust or chemicals at work.
Workplaces can be very dangerous places, especially if you work in particular sectors and you come into contact with various natural and man-made substances that can be harmful to human health. If ingested, inhaled or in the case of coming into contact with the skin, these substances can leave permanent marks.


Increasingly, major natural hazards are causing secondary technological and industrial accidents and emergencies. The effects of exposure to hazardous substances range from a simple mild eye irritations to chronic lung disease or even death.
If you or a loved one have been affected by a hazardous substance at work, contact our specialist solicitors today and discuss the details of your potential claim.






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