Bladder Cancer Compensation Claims
If you have
been diagnosed with bladder cancer following exposure to chemicals at work, you
may be looking for expert legal advice and to make a compensation claim.
How we can
You may not
know or remember which employer is responsible for your condition, or your
former employer may no longer exist. Our team of solicitors can help you trace the employer
responsible for your bladder cancer in order to build a claim for compensation.
team of bladder cancer lawyers will guide you throughout the process of making a no win, no fee compensation claim, answering
any questions or concerns you may have. We can discuss your case in person, on
the phone or by email.
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- X-ray radiation
- Diesel fumes
- Magenta dye
- Coal tar pitch
- Soot and dyes in the textile industry
There are higher instances of bladder cancer in trades such
as blacksmiths, machine operators, leather workers, miners, forgers, steel
workers, dye casters, people working within the petrol chemical industries
and carpet manufacturing and dyeing.
You should seek medical attention and advice if you have any of the following changes in
your health resulting in the following symptoms:
- The need to urinate frequently
- Traces of blood in your urine
- A burning or stinging sensation when urinating