industrial disease


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industrial disease

n.
Occupational disease.

industrial disease

n
(Pathology) any disease to which workers in a particular industry are prone
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Noun1.industrial disease - disease or disability resulting from conditions of employment (usually from long exposure to a noxious substance or from continuous repetition of certain acts)
disease - an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning
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A woman who was exposed to asbestos while working at a car wheel factory died of an industrial disease, a coroner has ruled.
It is intended to compensate a person who has become disabled as a result of an accident at work or through contracting an industrial disease. Q.
They should also be fairly compensated for treating someone who suffers from an industrial disease.
After joining Hugh James as a trainee in 2007, James Gibson, 34, has been promoted to partner in the firm's industrial disease team, after seven years of experience in pursuing complex, high-profile group actions such as the Phurnacite workers' group litigation.
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THE devastated widow of a former Coventry factory worker who died from an industrial disease is appealing for justice.
Contract notice: Industrial Disease Claims Handling.
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Coroner Roger Whittaker recorded a verdict of death from an industrial disease.
The following have been promoted to associate: James Gibson (industrial disease), Roman Kubiak (contested wills, trusts and estates), Elin Davies (clinical negligence), Lorraine Robinson (will writing), Michelle Evans (nursing care), Paul Duggan (corporate and banking), Helen Griffiths (Connect2Law), Susanna Morgan (environmental), Jessica Blandford (dispute resolution group), Kate Hawkins (regulatory) and Lyndsey Webb (industrial disease).
The amendments to help industrial disease victims are among the few proposals in the Bill which aim to help genuine claimants.
VICTIMS of industrial disease like asbestosis should be exempted from proposed changes to civil litigation cases seeking to abolish the no win, no fee system.

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