Allergic dermatitis can have a disruptive effect on the sufferer’s lifestyle, lowering self-esteem in addition to the discomfort. Dermatitis is most often found on the hands that come into contact with the allergen, but it can affect other body parts. The allergens that cause it can include the wearing of latex gloves or handling hair dyes in salons. If this situation is all too familiar, contact Asons Solicitors to discuss an allergic dermatitis compensation claim.
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Have You Been Affected by Allergic Dermatitis?
Allergic dermatitis occurs when a person finds that they have an allergic reaction to something that comes into contact with your skin. Commonly, such allergies include substances such as pollen, dust and pet hairs. In specific workplace situations, the following have been known to cause allergic dermatitis:
- Flora and fauna
- Foods (e.g. celery, nuts, etc.)
- Hair colour dyes
- Printing inks
- Wet cement
At Asons Solicitors, we can spearhead the campaign to have you awarded the allergic dermatitis compensation that you deserve on a risk-free, ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
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How Do I Know I Can Make an Allergic Dermatitis Claim?
If an employee has a known allergy to a particular substance, it is incumbent upon an employer to place an employee in a job with duties which ensure that worker does not come into contact with allergens that will cause an eczema flare-up. Or, an employer must provide personal protection gear that will save the employee from this industrial disease. Allergic dermatitis may not appear to be as serious a workplace ailment as asbestosis, but the irritation, discomfort, stress and pain can be hugely affecting. The skin is the body’s largest organ, and eczema sufferers can suffer so badly with the condition that they can scratch themselves to the point of breaking the skin and are risking infection.
Allergic dermatitis can theoretically be developed under any employment, and is commonly found among those working as:
Occupational dermatitis compensation can be in the thousands of pounds judging by previous settlements and the suggested amounts under legal guidelines. To comply with the law, a claim should be made inside of three years from the time that the workplace-caused allergic dermatitis became evident. Get in touch with Asons Solicitors for an initial chat, free of charge, so we can ascertain whether we can pursue an allergic dermatitis claim for you.
Our Allergic Dermatitis Compensation Claims Experience
Our highly-qualified industrial disease solicitors know exactly how to pursue allergic dermatitis claims for employees that have developed this annoying condition. Asons’ solicitors are experts in pushing claims that could successfully lead to you being compensated for the problems that come with allergic dermatitis. A large team of solicitors and their support staff toil to bring together the evidence that will win a claim for dermatitis compensation. Industrial disease cases are their area of expertise and they are involved in them for every minute of the working day. The solicitors will apply their expertise in both law and the workplace health and safety regulations to ensure the best outcome for your work-related dermatitis claim. Asons is an approachable, modern law firm that wants to make the process of beginning and pursuing a compensation claim easy as possible for you.
Don’t Leave it Too Long…
As with all claims, you may be thinking about the potential outlay of pursuing your allergic dermatitis case. To help quash this worry, we have put together a range of claim options to help you. We are on your side, giving you the support you need, whilst pursuing the compensation settlement you deserve. It’s important to be proactive and decide to start the claims procedure once the dermatitis becomes a problem, as there is a time limit of three years in place, by law, for making claims for an industrial disease such as allergic dermatitis.
We deal with industrial disease claims every day. If you have suffered with allergic contact dermatitis you should consider making a claim. Our industrial disease solicitors will gather the evidence, maintain communications with everyone involved and build your dermatitis compensation claim until it is settled.