Frequently Asked Questions about Asbestos Lung Cancer claims
1. What are the symptoms of asbestos-related lung cancer?
Generally, lung cancer symptoms include a long-term cough, being short of breath, a loss of appetite and weight loss. Lung cancer can be treated in a number of ways including chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery.
2. Who can make an Asbestos Lung Cancer claim?
If you or a family member has been diagnosed with lung cancer as a result of inhalation to asbestos within the last three years, then get in touch with Thompsons Solicitors to discuss how you can make a claim for lung cancer compensation.
3. How much does it cost to make a claim?
Trade union members are entitled to free legal advice and support from our experts. They also receive 100% of the compensation we secure for them.
If you are not a trade union member, there are other options available to fund your claim, including our ‘no win, no fee’ agreement. Find out more about how you can fund your lung cancer claim on our fees and payment page.
4. How much asbestos Lung Cancer compensation could I receive?
Every lung cancer claim is unique, which means the amount of compensation we secure for you can differ. Claims are calculated by the level of pain and suffering, as well as taking into account the financial losses and care costs acquired from your diagnosis.
5. How can I make an Asbestos Lung Cancer claim?
You can call Thompsons Solicitors on 0800 0 224 224 to speak to one of our solicitors for expert legal advice on whether you are eligible to make an asbestos lung cancer claim. Alternatively, you can begin your claim for lung cancer compensation by filling in our online claim form. A member of our team will get back to you within 24 hours.