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Pollution and environment compensation lawyers

Pollution/environment

Everyone has a duty to protect the environment by ensuring that hazardous products are not negligently released into the ground, water supplies, the air or into people’s homes, for example. Many aspects of this duty are regulated by law. For example, manufacturing companies must not pump untreated waste into the river system or allow dangerous emissions to leach into the atmosphere. Other types of environmental pollution can include noise or vibration.

Making claims for injuries caused by pollution or the enviroment can be complex and require expert witnesses. Only specialist pollution and environment compensation lawyers are listed on this page.

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Personal injury - Senior Litigator
I qualified as a solicitor in 1990, joined Digby Brown LLP in 2000 and was made partner in 2005. In 2009 I took charge of the Union department, working for amongst others the GMB in Scotland, servicing the legal needs of over 60,000 Union members in for... Read more
Occupational disease lawyer
Asbestos disease lawyer
Personal injury legal practice
Personal injury - Senior Litigator
I joined Simpson Millar LLP in September 2015 as a Partner and Head of the Industrial Disease department. I have always represented Claimants and have specialised in industrial disease claims since qualifying... Read more
Occupational disease lawyer
Asbestos disease lawyer
Personal injury legal practice
Personal injury - Senior Litigator
Iain is an associate solicitor specialising in asbestos related disease claims at national personal injury firm Irwin Mitchell LLP.  In particular he specialises in mesothelioma but also lung cancer, pleural thickening and asbestosis.  He has... Read more

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