No win, no fee - what does it mean?
If you or your family have suffered mesothelioma, asbestosis or another asbestos-related disease our expert lawyers can help you get the compensation and treatment you need and deserve through a no win, no fee supported claim.
A full asbestos compensation claim service centred around your needs
We understand how debilitating your condition can be for both you and your loved ones, especially where, as with mesothelioma, the prognosis is terminal. As asbestos and mesothelioma claims specialists we are passionate and determined to get the best result we can for our clients as quickly as possible. We will be there with you all the way helping you through your asbestos disease claim, standing with you and fighting your corner. We offer a full asbestos compensation claim service centred around your needs including:
- a free initial consultation.
- immediate home and hospital visits offered.
- free advice and assistance to claim DWP state benefits.
- no win, no fee agreements to avoid any financial risk to you.
- guarantee to keep 100% of your compensation in mesothelioma civil claims.
- requesting early interim payments.
- seeking funding for private treatment unavailable on the NHS e.g immunotherapy.
- explaining every part of the compensation claim process in a language you can understand.
Local asbestos compensation claims specialists you can trust
We are the leading firm in the region specialising in obtaining compensation for victims of asbestos diseases led by a partner solicitor who is the only APIL Accredited Asbestos Disease Specialist in Kent, Essex, Sussex, Surrey and the Medway towns. We are a supporter of Mesothelioma UK and are recognised by them as mesothelioma and lung cancer claims specialists.
If you or a family member has suffered an asbestos-related disease like mesothelioma, asbestosis, lung cancer or diffuse pleural thickening we have the experience and specialist expertise to help you through the process and meet your family’s needs - now and in the future.
Why is asbestos still happening?
The rate of asbestos diseases like asbestosis and mesothelioma is still continuing at its peak level in Kent and nationally. Tragically in the UK more than 5,000 people a year die from mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer. This is still happening because although widespread use of new asbestos virtually ceased by the early 1980s, asbestos diseases usually do not develop until 30 to 50 years or more after the exposure.
"It was a pleasure to work with Jeremy. He gave us the strength to pursue this matter. He is the ultimate professional and his friendly, sympathetic manner encouraged us every step of the way."
"We wanted to let you know how much we appreciated all your hard work, professional support, compassion and guidance. It was helpful knowing that you were with us on what was a long and emotional journey."
"Excellent - could not have asked for a better service. Jeremy was understanding, kind and thoughtful. He was very patient with me and respected my decisions. He made a difficult situation bearable. Thank you."
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