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Home > Personal Injury > Industrial Diseases > Toluene Exposure Compensation Claims

Toluene Exposure Compensation Claims

Symptoms of exposure to toluene

Toluene is a derivative of benzene, and is used extensively as an industrial solvent. Exposure to high levels of toluene will cause headaches, dizziness, irritation of the eyes, nose and throat, and confusion. Chronic exposure in smaller regular doses it can cause a variety of conditions including muscle weakness, abdominal pain and altered behavioural effects.

To see how Clear Answers can help you bring a personal injury compensation claim if you have been exposed to toluene, please click on one of the links below.

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Control of substances hazardous to health

In general terms, toluene is regarded as a relatively safe industrial solvent provided that occupational exposure is strictly controlled. If exposure occurs at work, there are a number of regulations which can apply, including the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations.

If you think you have been exposed to toluene or a related substance, early medical intervention is essential.

If you are unlucky enough to suffer an illness, disease or injury as a result such exposure, it is possible that you may be able to bring a claim for damages, otherwise known as compensation.

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Evidence of exposure to toluene

Detailed evidence will be necessary to establish that the exposure you suffered is capable of causing the injury complained of, that it did in fact cause your injury, that there was a foreseeable risk of such injury occurring and that the person or body responsible was negligent or in breach of statutory duty in allowing or causing the leak or discharge to occur. This will require a considerable body of expert evidence from technical experts in different fields.

If you believe that you are suffering an illness, disease or injury as a result of something in the environment, make sure that you seek medical advice and that your treating doctors are made aware of your belief / suspicion of the cause and keep details of all doctors visited and treatments, and for any injury related expenses.

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Personal injury news stories

Clear Answers personal injury solicitors deal with a large number of industrial disease compensation claims each year, including those resulting from negligent exposure to hazardous substances such as toluene.

Please visit our personal injury news section to view details of these stories and other successful personal injury compensation claims that Clear Answers’ solicitors have been involved in.

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Claiming compensation for exposure to toluene

Strict time limits apply to making a claim for any type of personal injury, so please contact an experienced solicitor as soon as you think you may have a claim for compensation.

Clear Answers lawyers are experts in all aspects of personal injury work and in how to pursue claims for damages. They will be able to advise you whether a claim for damages is possible, give guidance and assistance on how the claim can be pursued and ensure that all the correct evidence is obtained to secure the best result for you.

Please visit our section on information and advice for more details on making a personal injury compensation claim.

Telephone us now on 0800 783 9019 or complete one of our online compensation claim forms and a representative will contact you as soon as possible.

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