Compensation for deafness that has been caused at work is available for employees if their hearing loss has been caused by excessive noise levels in their working environment combined with their employer’s failure to protect them from that noise.
Can I claim industrial deafness compensation for my mild hearing loss it was caused by working alongside noisy machinery with no protection?
If you are suffering from a degree of hearing loss that can be linked directly to your workplace then there is a very good chance that you will be eligible to make an industrial disease claim for industrial deafness compensation on a no win no fee basis using the services of the industrial disease experts from Michael Lewin Solicitors.
Making an industrial disease claim for industrial deafness compensation is not an assurance that you will actually be awarded compensation; there is an entire process that your dedicated industrial disease solicitor will have to go through in order to gather all of the evidence we need to prove that you are suffering from hearing loss and that your employer is the cause before we can commence with an industrial disease claim for deafness compensation.
We will need key evidence about relating to your industrial disease claim for hearing loss compensation in order to substantiate your claim and establish if there are grounds for us to proceed with filing a claim for industrial deafness compensation on your behalf.
You should seek legal advice as soon as you have been diagnosed as suffering from deafness because you could be entitled to compensation for the deafness you have sustained at work. An expert industrial deafness claims assessor from the industrial deafness department at Michael Lewin Solicitors will be able to tell you in a matter of minutes if you have an eligible claim for industrial deafness compensation.
In order to be able to commence with legal proceedings to claim the industrial deafness compensation you are legally entitled to you will have to undergo an audiogram to establish how much damage has been done to your hearing; this will also help us gain an accurate understanding of the level of deafness you are suffering from which reflectson the amount of industrial deafness compensation we will aim to secure on your behalf.
There are several different types of hearing test available in order to establish whether or not a person’s hearing loss has been caused by noise this will then help us to link the hearing loss directly to the hearing loss victims working environment in order to claim industrial deafness compensation for the injury to the hearing. We secured a total of £14356.00 for Mrs F for the serious loss she has suffered to her hearing because of her workplace conditions which were proved by a specialist hearing test.
If you are ready to start claiming compensation for the deafness you have developed at work and you want the best representative on your side through the process of making a claim you need to call the industrial deafness solicitors from the industrial disease division at Michael Lewin Solicitors on: 0844 499 9302.