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Pneumoconiosis is the industrial disease brought on by prolonged exposure to dusty environments and is most commonly contracted whilst at work.
Many workers have been exposed to Pneumoconiosis. The people most at risk are those working in the mining, construction and shipbuilding industries.
If you have worked in these industries in dusty conditions, contact us today we can advise you in making an Pneumoconiosis compensation claim.
Insurers are loath to give away their money too easily to undeserving claimants and there are certain hoops that claimants must go through to receive the compensation that they deserve.
Asbestosis is contracted after a person has inhaled asbestos dust over a prolonged period of time. In Scotland during the 1960’s and 1970’s asbestos was often used in the construction, demolition, mining and shipbuilding industries.
Coal Workers' Pneumoconiosis is caused by breathing in particles of coal dust over a prolonged period of time. Coal miners or workers involved with the transportation or use of coal could be affected.
Silicosis can be contracted from inhaling Silica dust over a prolonged period of time. People in Scotland most at risk are workers in the mining, sandblasting, ceramics and glass industries. Silica is still present today in sand, sandstone, clay, granite and slate.
Welders' Lung or Siderosis of the Lung is caused by inhaling iron particles. Those working within the metalworking industry are most at risk from this condition.
Kaolin Pneumoconiosis or China Clay Pneumoconiosis is caused by the inhalation of kaolin. Workers in Scotland who are most at risk work in ceramics, paper, medicines and cosmetics industries. With this particular type of Pneumoconiosis the sufferer may not experience any breathing difficulties.
Redress can help you make a compensation claim. Our aim is to make sure you receive the maximum compensation you deserve.
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