One of the most common topics asked by our clients is regarding asbestos legal advice. Unfortunately, we are not lawyers or trained legal advisors, so do not want to provide inaccurate or misleading information. Instead we have compiled a list of legal professionals that provide specialist asbestos services.
Below are a selection of UK based asbestos lawyers:
Slater & Gordon – Professional legal advisors for asbestos and mesothelioma compensation claims. Nationwide coverage throughout the UK.
United States of America
Mesothelioma Lawyer Center – A database of professional asbestos attorneys throughout the USA, with helpful advice and guides.
Shine Lawyers – Asbestos compensation lawyers and claims throughout Australia. Asbestos and dust disease expertise, and commitment to asbestos victims.
Not all asbestos exposure and asbestos related disease cases are the same, so below we have identified some of the common types of asbestos lawyers in the UK:
Asbestos Exposure Lawyers – These lawyers provide legal advice and representation when you have been exposed to asbestos, either in the workplace, in a rented property or as a member of the public.
Asbestos-Related Disease Lawyers – The term ‘Asbestos-Related Disease’ refers to the group of diseases that are commonly linked to asbestos exposure.
Asbestos Cancer Lawyers – This is the common name for mesothelioma, as almost all cases occur as a result exposure to asbestos fibres, either in its pure form or mixed in with other materials.
Mesothelioma Lawyers – Mesothelioma is known as asbestos cancer. It almost always results from asbestos exposure, and in many cases is fatal.
Asbestos-Related Lung Disease Lawyers – When asbestos fibres lodge into the lung tissue, it can cause lung cancer.
Asbestosis Lawyers – This is a lung disease caused by inhalation of asbestos fibres. It causes great discomfort and can increase the risk of mesothelioma.
Pleural Thickening Lawyers – Another common asbestos related disease is pleural thickening. This disease occurs when airborne asbestos fibres are inhaled and lodge in the lungs.
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