Due to its strong and resistant nature, asbestos was widely used in household products and as a building material for houses, factories, offices, schools, and hospitals up until the year 2000. When disturbed, asbestos releases harmful fibres, which can cause long-term illnesses and life-threatening medical conditions like asbestosis and mesothelioma.
This progressive lung disease has a long latency period between when exposure takes place and when symptoms develop. Therefore, workers exposed in the 1960s and onwards, when asbestos was still being used but gradually phased out, might not notice symptoms such as mild to severe breathlessness, a persistent cough, wheezing, extreme fatigue, and chest pain until now.
At Mayiclaim, we work on behalf of asbestos-related disease sufferers to help them pursue asbestos claims for compensation against the employers who allowed exposure to take place. While some employers may no longer be trading, you can still make an asbestosis claims if our expert asbestos-related disease solicitors are able to make contact with their insurers.
Asbestos Compensation Claims Through Mayiclaim
If you decide to pursue a claim with us after your discussion, we will pass it on to a solicitor with many years of experience in helping people pursue compensation for asbestosis.
Asbestosis claims are complex and it is therefore vital that a specialist solicitor deals with your case. At Mayiclaim, we work with some of the best asbestosis claims solicitors in the country, who will handle your case with the utmost professionalism, compassion, and understanding.
All of the solicitors we use deal with compensation claims on a No-Win-No-Fee basis. If for any reason your claim is unsuccessful, you will not have to pay any legal fees, meaning there is no financial risk to you.
To find out whether you have a valid claim for compensation, do not hesitate to get in touch with Mayiclaim today. Either fill out our Quick Claim Form with some brief details or speak to a friendly and knowledgeable advisor on freephone number 0800 756 7774.
We are happy to offer some free advice as well as a complimentary no obligation consultation.