Hazardous substances is the umbrella term for any substance which has the potential to cause harm, whether inhaled, touched or ingested.
These substances include (but are not limited to) air pollution, food poisoning, passive smoking, radiation poisoning and Weil’s disease (an infection spread by contaminated soil or water).
Exposure to hazardous substances can lead to a variety of health effects, including poisoning, skin rashes and diseases of vital organs.
If you believe you have developed a disease or illness from exposure to any kind of hazardous substance, whether in the workplace or out in the public domain, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
Call us on 0800 320 2121 for a friendly, discreet and above all FREE conversation about how we might be able to help you make a claim.