The Dangers of Asbestos?

When is Asbestos Dangerous? 

When undisturbed or intact, Asbestos does not pose a risk to people living or working in close proximity to it. Asbestos containing materials, like the items listed below, are not considered to be dangerous or harmful to health unless it is releasing airborne dust particulars into the air which are then inhaled or ingested. 

Asbestos is Dangerous when...

If asbestos is disturbed and dust particles become airborne, exposure to asbestos is very dangerous. We recommend seeking expert advice from an accredited asbestos removal company.  We recommend that you never;

  • Disturb or move asbestos on your own
  • Saw or cut asbestos
  • Drill, hammer or drag asbestos

If you have been exposed to asbestos in the past and are experiencing symptoms associated with asbestos related disease, contact your GP immediately. If you have already been diagnosed with an asbestos related disease, contact The Asbestos Claim Centre, we are experts in asbestos disease claims. You can call us on 0800 508 8747 or submit an online enquiry form by clicking here now

We Specialise in Asbestos Disease Claims

If you, a friend or a member of your family have been diagnosed with an asbestos related disease, it is important you seek both expert medical advice and expert legal advice. Our solicitors have over 65 years collective experience in dealing with asbestos related disease claims. It is vital you seek the advice of solicitors that specialise in this complex area of law. To speak with one of our solicitors please call us on 0800 508 8747 or complete an online enquiry form and we will contact you to discuss your enquiry. 

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