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If you have been diagnosed with an asbestos related disease then please call our specialist personal injury team on 01256 844888 to discover if you have a claim.

 

Those exposed to asbestos have a dramatically increased risk of developing diseases or illnesses. Between 1930 and 1970 many workers in the construction or manufacturing industry were exposed to the dangerous mineral, but unfortunately the risks were unknown at that time.

 

It can take many years for symptoms to appear. Asbestosis is a lung condition that many labourers or those exposed to disturbed asbestos can suffer from. Symptoms include shortness of breath, tightening, coughing, wheezing and tiredness but asbestosis can lead to more serious, unmanageable conditions such as cancer and mesothelioma.

 

Sometimes referred to as ‘occupational lung disease’ an asbestos claim can be a tricky case, often due to the time delay between working with asbestos and being diagnosed with a related condition. Often the business is no longer operating, the personnel have changed and the records can be difficult to find.

 

This is where you need the advice of a specialist personal injury lawyer to take the burden, pursue your claim and press forward to achieve a financial settlement or reward.

 

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed within the last 3 years or is suffering from poor respiratory health after working with asbestos then please call us on 01256 844888 or email enquiries@lambbrooks.com.

 

You may also have a claim if you have been subjected to working with glues, acids or other hazardous materials that have delayed side effects or symptoms.

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