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    Pleural Thickening Compensation Claim Information

    Pleural Thickening is an asbestos related disease caused by the inhalation of asbestos fibres within the air. These can be inhaled in through the nose or mouth and can cause diffuse pleural thickening, which got its name as the fibres find their way to the pleura. The fibres can cause thickening or scarring to the area of your lung causing shortness of breath, a tightness across the chest, and general chest pains.

    How do Plueral Thickening accident claims happen?

    Asbestos is a material that was once regarded as a good material to use due to it being non-flammable and indestructible, and a lot of buildings used it as a good source of insulation. Asbestos was banned in the UK in 1999 as it became apparent that the fibres caused long-term illnesses to those exposed to it. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to make plueral thickening claims. Our experienced personal injury solicitors can help you to get the money and the justice that you deserve.

    Can I make a plueral thickening claim?

    After you have gone to a doctor and they have diagnosed you with Pleural Thickening, you can make a claim for the condition. In case you have been worked in shipbuilding, mining, ventilation, roofing, painting, firefighting and many other related industries you have a right to claim compensation for being exposed to asbestos leading to the condition. At Tylers solicitors we are here for you.

    How do I make a Plueral Thickening compensation claim?

    Pleural thickening usually occurs many years after the exposure. It usually affects people who have been exposed to asbestos over a lengthy period. If you are diagnosed with Pleural thickening, it is a good idea to recall the locations where you were working and got exposed to asbestos. Many industries have a higher than normal exposure levels to asbestos, and if you were working in one of the industries, it is likely you were exposed. We have a long list of the industries and occupations where workers are at risk. We will identify the company or insurer responsible for paying your claim. You can contact us for a free consultation and based on our findings; we advise you how to proceed with the claim. If we think you have a solid case, we will inform you and request to file the claim on your behalf. We will then give you regular updates on the process. You can reach our experienced team directly by calling us on 0800 699 0079. You can also use our simple online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

    Can you tell me the best place to look for information about Pleural Thickening?

    The best source of information on Pleural Thickening has to be from a registered and practising GP. If you have a family doctor, they should be able to take a look at you and refer you to a specialist for confirmation of the condition. With the condition confirmed, you should approach a solicitor with experience on Pleural Thickening claims to give you legal advice on the way forward. We have a group of experienced solicitors who have assisted many people in their quest to seek justice for suffering from the Pleural thickening condition.

    Plueral Thickening Compensation Amounts

    If you have had an been diagnosed with plueral thickening and want to know the average amount of compensation you can claim, use our quick compensation calculator below to calculate the average compensation you will receive.

    Minor Plueral Thickening Compensation Amounts
    If you are have been diagnosed with Plueral Thickening then you may be entitled to make a claim.
    Up to £21,000
    Moderate Plueral Thickening Compensation Amounts
    If you are unfortunate enough to suffer Moderate Plueral thickening as a result of asbestos related work, you will be able to claim compensation.
    Up to £46,000
    Severe Plueral Thickening Compensation Amounts
    If you are unfortunate enough to suffer severe Plueral thickening as a result of asbestos related work, which has caused many problems, you will be able to claim compensation.
    Up To £65,000
    Wrongful Death Compensation Amounts
    If a loved one has died as the result of Plueral Thickening, you can make a claim for compensation on their behalf. You can claim if the deceased was a member of your household, or a primary earner in your home.
    Up To £307,000

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How long until I can make a Plural Thickening compensation claim?

    We would recommend that you get a diagnosis from a doctor. Some of the symptoms of the Pleural Thickness condition include experiencing a shortness of breath over a period and chest pain after light physical exertion. You may also notice a reduced chest wall movement as well as a persistent cough. Once you are diagnosed with pleaural thicknening, we recommend getting in touch, to start your claim right away.

    No win, no fee Pleural Thickening claims solicitors.

    When you approach us for assistance, we ensure you do not suffer more than you already are by providing you with free legal consultation. Should you request us to file your claim, we will take it on a no-win-no-fee basis. We will then pursue the claim to its logical conclusion while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism.

    Why choose Tylers Solicitors to start your compensation claim?

    Tylers Solicitors will always strive to get you the maximum compensation amount possible for the problems you have suffered after being diagnosed with plueral thickening, along with any loss of earnings and medical costs incurred.

    We also value the solicitor/client relationship very highly throughout the claims process and believe that communication is the key to a successful compensation claim.

    Where is your Pleural Thickening compensation claims form?

    To start the process, you may click on the link below to fill the compensation claims form. It is important to take action immediately because any delay will likely lead to a worsening of your condition. With the damages paid, you can be able to use the money to manage the condition. After diagnosis, the law requires you to file a claim within three years. If you choose to make a claim after three years have elapsed, the courts may decide to allow your claim and award damages as long as there is a good reason for the delay.

    Need more information? Don’t worry, Lee Kirton or one of our other professional claims solicitors will advise you along the way

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