Our mesothelioma claims solicitors take these cases very seriously. We have a great track record of success with mesothelioma claims. If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma due to contact with asbestos, you may be entitled to mesothelioma compensation.
We will provide you with free initial advice and we offer no win no fee agreements where appropriate.
Don’t suffer in silence. Call our expert solicitors now on 01332 897 222 or contact us online and we will call you.
Your mesothelioma compensation claim
Dedicated Accident Solicitors are specialists at making mesothelioma claims as well as other asbestos-related illness claims such as asbestosis claims, pleural thickening claims and asbestos-induced lung cancer claims.
How can our mesothelioma solicitors help you?
Having dealt with many of these cases for sufferers and their families, we understand the issues that you and your loved ones are facing. We have seen the effects of this illness first-hand and, as a result, we are passionate about helping those in need of compensation to achieve the best possible outcome in all mesothelioma claims.
Read about our successful mesothelioma claims in the Derby Telegraph.
Obstacles we can overcome
Do not be put off by the fact that your former employer is no longer in business. We will make every effort to locate the insurance company of your former employer and seek a compensation payment from them.
Our mesothelioma claims solicitors understand the legal hurdles that need to be overcome to win a mesothelioma claim and we will do our utmost to achieve justice for you.
We offer no win no fee agreements where appropriate.
We understand that you are already going through a stressful and traumatic time and so we make it our priority to make your case as stress-free as possible. We take the time to ensure that you understand every step we are taking to win your mesothelioma compensation claim and to keep you informed of the progress we are making. Communication with you is integral to the service that we provide – we deliver expert advice sensitively and in plain language so that you never feel out of the loop.
We have a great track record of success in fighting for justice for those who have been exposed to asbestos and their families. Go to our testimonials to hear about our clients’ successful claims.
How to claim mesothelioma compensation for family members
- Many of our successful mesothelioma compensation cases have been brought by family members
- If you know someone who has sadly died, a claim may still be brought by the executors or administrators of their estate
Please contact us for more information.
Why should I make a claim?
When the dangers of asbestos became known, employers became responsible for protecting staff from breathing in asbestos fibres which can cause mesothelioma. Many employers failed to do so and risked the health and safety of their staff for their own gains.
We believe that if you are a victim of mesothelioma, or any other asbestos-related illness, those who negligently exposed you to asbestos should be brought to justice. They should be made to pay compensation for your suffering. After all, they made a profit by knowingly putting your health at risk.
Contact us today and let us help you to make a mesothelioma compensation claim.
We offer the highest level of legal expertise and we are happy to chat with you today if you have been diagnosed with or are concerned about mesothelioma or any other asbestos-related illness.
How much compensation for mesothelioma?
Every case is unique and the value of your mesothelioma compensation claim cannot be calculated until medical evidence has been obtained along with details of all associated losses and expenses. Once we have assessed your case in detail, only then will we be able to provide you with a valuation.
In 2014, the government published a study into the average mesothelioma compensation awarded and found that the average of compensation won ranged between £137,000 and £153,531. You can find out more about this on the government website.
Time to claim
There are strict time limits for bringing mesothelioma compensation claims, so it is important not to delay and to seek specialist advice as soon as possible. Please contact us today for free, expert advice.
Successful compensation cases
Ian’s family decided to involve Dedicated Accident Solicitors to see what help they could receive after Ian’s mother was diagnosed with mesothelioma. They received a six-figure settlement sum. Read Ian’s story.
Another of our clients had lost his father to mesothelioma. Our team were able to gain some justice for the family, winning them a sum of £142,500 with a claim against one of Mr K’s former employers. The family were extremely happy with the support of our solicitors; find out what they said.
For more information about making a mesothelioma compensation claim, please call us now on 01332 897 222.
What is mesothelioma?
Mesothelioma is an aggressive form of cancer of the mesothelium, which is a membrane that covers most of the organs of the body. It is usually caused by breathing in asbestos fibres and most people who develop mesothelioma have worked with or near to asbestos in the past. Sometimes it is referred to as malignant mesothelioma, but it is often just called mesothelioma.
- There are around 2,500 new cases of mesothelioma each year in the UK
- Up to 9 out of 10 cases of mesothelioma have been caused by contact with asbestos in the past
The mesothelioma tumour usually grows in the pleural membrane that lines the lungs – this is called pleural mesothelioma.
How does mesothelioma develop?
Although the exposure to asbestos may have occurred many years ago, the tiny asbestos fibres can become lodged in the membrane that lines the lungs and lie there for many years before any illness develops.
- It usually takes between 20 and 40 years for mesothelioma to develop after being exposed to asbestos
- It can be as short as 10 years or more than 60 years
- Some people will never suffer any disease as a result of contact with asbestos
Symptoms of this form of cancer
The tumour causes inward pressure on the lungs and can cause symptoms such as:
- chest pain
- loss of appetite
- weight loss
- persistent cough (not as common)
Occasionally, the tumour develops in the membrane lining the organs of the abdomen – this is called peritoneal mesothelioma.
Treatment for mesothelioma is often given with the aim of slowing the growth of the tumour.
Find out about other illnesses caused by asbestos.
If you, or anybody you know, is concerned about mesothelioma or has worked with asbestos in the past, please call our mesothelioma solicitors now on 01332 897 222 and we will advise you whether you can make a claim.