Radiation Cancer Compensation Claims
You may have
been diagnosed with radiation cancer after excessive exposure at work. You may
have been exposed as a nuclear worker in a power plant or through regular
medical, dental or veterinary procedures.
How we can
is required to comply with regulations in order to protect your health.
If your employer hasn’t complied and you have suffered harm as a result, you
may be able to claim compensation.
Our team can
help you make a no win, no fee compensation claim against your employer, even if they are no
longer in business or if you cannot remember where you were exposed.
Our team of lawyers is
experienced in progressing work-related radiation cancer claims. We can
progress your case in the comfort of your own home, on the phone or by email.
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Yes. Your employer is required to comply with
the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 and the Ionising
Radiation Regulations 2017. If your employer hasn’t protected you and you have
suffered harm as a result, you may be entitled to claim compensation. A member
of our team will be able to advise you on your individual circumstances.
If you are subjected to excessive
radiation, this can result in cancer or other conditions such as hair loss,
burns and ulcers.
‘Non-ionising’ radiation through microwaves
and radio waves is considered harmless, however ‘ionising’ radiation can have a
chemical effect on the body, causing direct damage to human tissues.