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Occupational stress compensation lawyers near to manchester

Work related illness

Stress and related conditions are the second most commonly type of work-related ill-health conditions. Occupational stress can lead to several different medical conditions including depression and phobias.

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Mr Richard Edwards of POTTER REES DOLAN in Manchester
Personal injury - Fellow
Richard, a Solicitor-Advocate and APIL Fellow, graduated from the University of Liverpool (the city of his birth) in 2002 with first class honours in law and from there studied at the college of law in Chester. He qualified as a solicitor in 2004 and... Read more
Personal injury legal practice
Personal injury - Senior Litigator
Tanzeela Aslam is head of the The Clinical Negligence Department at Sheldon Davidson Solicitors. She is also a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and has been accredited with litigator status. She holds qualifications both as a... Read more
Mr Jon Carlisle of THOMPSONS SOLICITORS LLP in Manchester
Personal injury - Senior Litigator
Mr Andrew Kwan of CLEAR LAW LLP in Manchester
Personal injury - Senior Litigator
Solicitor-Advocate and Litigation Manager | APIL Senior Litigator | Law Society PI Panel Member My role is to manage the personal injury department and to contribute to the overall growth and development of the practice, whilst maintaining our ethical... Read more
Miss Ginny Newman of PABLA & PABLA SOLICITORS in West Didsbury
Personal injury - Senior Litigator
Hi - I specialise in employer liability claims - injuries at work of all types -  including industrial disease claims, and occupier liablity accidents, particularly including slips and trips in shops.  I acted for union members for a... Read more

Broaden my search: Stockport (1), Blackburn (1), Crewe (1)

All firms will probably provide the first half hour of your consultation free of charge, either by telephone or in person.

Stress (as defined by the Health & Safety Executive) is 'the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressure or other types of demands placed upon them'. Excessive pressure does not always lead to stress. This depends largely on the type of stress itself and the person involved.

Workplace situations that can lead to stress

  • Excessive work load
  • Expectation to work long hours
  • Relationships with colleagues
  • Bullying and harassment
  • Restriction of opportunities
  • Dangerous working environment

Claiming compensation for occupational stress

Employers have a duty of care to all employees for work-related stress. If your employer has failed in their duty of care you may be entitled to compensation. Only accredited occupation stress lawyers are listed on this page.

Only accredited specialist Occupational stress lawyers are listed on this page.

It is strongly recommended that you should consult with two or three accredited injury lawyers before making a decision on who to instruct.

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Specialist accreditation

APIL provides accreditation for lawyers who practice in personal injury law, and who specialise in particular fields, including occupational disease.

Specialist accreditation shows that an APIL accredited occupational disease lawyer has achieved a very high standard of expertise and competence and actually specialises in this area of the law.

Occupational disease lawyer

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