Dermatitis or ‘eczema‘ as its more commonly called, can sometimes be related to direct exposure to chemical, biological or physical chemicals within the workplace. The symptoms can include dry, chapped, blistered and painful skin, across areas that have come into direct contact with irritant substances.

For a claim for occupational dermatitis to be successful a link must be shown between your exposure to a skin irritant and subsequent symptoms.

Industries which have been shown to expose employees to dermatitis-causing agents include printing, fish production, cleaning, and chemical and engineering manufacturers.

If you think that your dermatitis may have been caused by occupational exposure to chemicals you should contact a trusted legal claims specialist without delay.

This is why Attwaters Jameson Hill’s Personal Injury solicitors are here.

We pledge to provide every client with outstanding personal service and communication, unrivalled industry knowledge and a proven track record of successfully achieving compensation for clients who have made occupational dermatitis claims.

Firstly, Attwater Jameson Hill’s experienced dermatitis claim specialists can tell you if you have a potential compensation claim against a current or former employer.

Then, because our renowned Personal Injury team has access to respected specialist medical experts across all fields, we can support medical investigations into your condition and obtain evidence of your past and possible future needs. This ensures that we claim for the highest level of compensation for the disability suffered.

We can also advise in relation to potential state benefits.

If you think you may have grounds for a claim involving occupational dermatitis, Attwaters Jameson Hill will offer you a jargon-free consultation and assessment free of charge.

If you have a strong case, please don’t delay. Call us now for free specialist advice and NO WIN NO FEE representation.

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