“If you are suffering from dermatitis a result of your employer’s negligence then you may be able to make a claim for compensation” Kevin Valler, Partner
Dermatitis Compensation Claims
Pinto Potts have a specialist team of solicitors who can provide you with dedicated support and advice in making a claim for dermatitis, eczema or any form of rash on your skin from work.
We can help you to pursue a dermatitis claim against your employer if you have been exposed to conditions or substances that could cause you to suffer from dermatitis or any other form of skin condition.
Dermatitis covers many different disorders that all result in a red, itchy rash. Some types of dermatitis affect only specific parts of the body; others can occur anywhere. Dermatitis is the skin’s way of reacting to:
- Severe dryness
- An irritating substance
- An allergen – typically, the allergen comes in direct contact with the skin, but sometimes the substance is swallowed.
Dermatitis can occur regularly at work when workers are exposed to oils, diesel, petrol, greases and many other substances.
Workers have suffered from dermatitis for decades, yet many employers still do not fulfil requirements to protect employees from exposure to harmful substances. As a result, many sufferers may be in a position to claim compensation for dermatitis.
We help thousands of injured people throughout the UK make personal injury compensation claims every year. Our specialist personal injury lawyers will provide you with free initial advice on your compensation claim and with our No Win No Fee agreements there’s no financial risk to you if your claim is unsuccessful*.
We are able to help you claim for compensation if you are suffering from dermatitis as a result of conditions in your workplace.
Visit our dedicated Personal Injury website www.pintopottspersonalinjury.co.uk
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