Claiming no win no fee recompense for industrial deafness is a very simple and straightforward process if you come to Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds for help and guidance throughout the process of making a claim for compensation.

Making an industrial deafness claim under the conditional fee agreement is the cheapest way of ensuring that you are awarded the compensation you deserve for your occupational deafness. If you opt to make a noise induced industrial deafness compensation claim through Michael Lewin Solicitors you are guaranteed to get the best result possible in the timeliest fashion.

Your dedicated solicitor will be there for you throughout the entire process of securing compensation for the hearing loss you have sustained in an unsafe working environment as a direct result of your employment conditions. We are happy to take on any eligible industrial deafness case for compensation without an upfront fee; this means you can make a claim without having to pay to get the compensation you deserve

It is important that you answer our assessment questions honestly; if you have a qualifying industrial deafness case we will be able to start claiming your behalf immediately. If your case is settled and you are awarded industrial deafness recompense you will be able to keep every penny of your award whilst we seek our fees from your compensator. If your claim is not resolved you will not have to pay our fees for starting your legal proceedings.

If you want to start claiming for industrial deafness compensation because you are suffering from employment related industrial ear damage you can make a no win no fee claim with the help of the specialist and highly qualified industrial disease solicitors from the personal injury team at Michael Lewin in Leeds.

The amount of compensation you receive will be based on the extent of your hearing injury; the extent of your hearing injury will be affected by the noise levels you were exposed to in the workplace how long you were exposed to the excessive noise levels for and whether you had inadequate protection or no protection at all from the noise levels. There are many different contributing factors to the level of hearing damage a sufferer will sustain and all of these are taken into account when we assess your personal injury claim for industrial deafness compensation.

Mr V was a machine operator in a printing company for many years; he was exposed on a daily basis to overly excessive noise in the workplace throughout his career with no hearing protection at all from the noise hazard. We were able to secure Mr V an award that was appropriate for the hearing loss he developed over 25 years of exposure; Mr V was awarded a total of £25879.00 in compensation.

If you are ready to start claiming for industrial deafness compensation you can call the industrial disease specialists from Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds today to discuss your case. If claiming compensation will help you come to terms with your industrial deafness and you will benefit from compensation you should call one of our dedicated consultants immediately on: 0844 499 9302

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