Collins Solicitors’ work representing a growing list of clients who worked at Corby Steelworks or Ravenscraig Steelworks has been the subject of three major newspaper features in recent days.
The Northamptonshire Telegraph published a feature on Friday, 30th August 2013 titled: “Compensation Bid for Ex-Steelworkers”, which can be read in full here.
The Herald in Scotland published a feature today, Monday, 2nd September, titled: “Ravenscraig workers to pursue multi-million-pound health claim”, which can be read in full here.
The Herald’s sister paper The Evening Times in Glasgow also published a feature, titled “Steelworkers set for Legal Battle” which can be read in full here.
Collins is representing workers – and the families of those who have died – seeking redress for their health problems after years of historic exposure to potentially harmful dust and fumes.
Collins Solicitors is looking to assist those suffering from skin cancer, lung cancer or other respiratory diseases caused as a result of working conditions at Corby Steelworks and Ravenscraig Steelworks.
Seminars in Motherwell and Corby:
Collins Solicitors has years of specialist experience in the areas of personal injury, disease claims and environmental law. The firm successfully led the 11- year fight against Corby Borough Council on behalf of families affected by the toxic waste scandal and currently we are advising more than 80 residents in relation to contaminated land in Motherwell.
In both of these regions the firm will be hosting seminars in September at the Holiday Inn, Motherwell/Hamilton and at the Holiday Inn, Corby.
If you are concerned that your health has been affected, or if you wish to come along to talk through the issues facing you, please contact us on 01923 223 324 or email firstname.lastname@example.org