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Industrial Disease Claims
Industrial disease is a form of illness developed after long term, repeated exposure to machinery, environment or materials. It is defined as an illness more commonly seen in a type, or group, of workers undertaking repetitive tasks, exposed to dangerous chemicals or made to carry out repetitive tasks.
Examples of industrial disease can include workers on a construction site finding that their eyes have become irritated through prolonged use of mixing powder or a repetitive strain injury (RSI) caused by repetitive movements with machinery. Industrial disease also includes those who suffer hearing loss due to loud noises in the workplace.
If you believe that you are the victim of an industrial disease, the best thing to do is to call us for a free, no obligation industrial disease claim assessment.
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