You will need a compensation executive to represent you if you have been diagnosed as suffering from a degree of hearing loss and you think that it was sustained at work in order to get the best possible result for your industrial deafness claim just like Miss P; she has been awarded with £21435.00 in compensation.
Industrial deafness is mainly caused by exposure to loud noises into the workplace over a prolonged period of time. Over the time you are being exposed to the sounds small amounts of damage are being done to your hearing every single day. Unfortunately if you are not wearing hearing defence in the workplace the noise exposure will start causing your hearing to sustain damage. Even after the first few years of working in a loud environment you may not notice the damage to your ability to hear but the damage is still being done. Once the damage has been done over the years it usually tends to be irreversible and treatment does nothing to improve the damage; hearing aids are available to improve the victim’sdeafness but they will not solve the actual damage to the hearing.
If you have been the victim of an excessively loud workplace you were not offered protection in the workplace or warned of the risks of exposure to sound in the workplace and you are suffering from deafness there is a special test that can be performed on your hearing to see if your deafness has been caused by your working environment. If you can prove that your hearing impairment was caused at work then Michael Lewin Solicitors may be able to help you proceed with a successful industrial disease claim against your employer on a no win no fee basis.
If you want justice for your ear impairment you should consider seeking compensation for the hearing loss you have sustained if the impairment developed at work; one of the specialists claims assessor from the industrial deafness team at Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds will be able to analyse the details of your claim and offer you the best advice about how to proceed with an industrial disease claim.
Initially we will have to have confirmation that your hearing loss does exist and that it has been caused by working in an excessively noisy environment; once we have confirmation of your hearing impairment we can then go on to gather the evidence we need to prove that your hearing loss was caused whilst working in a noisy environment. We will have to prove that the noise levels in your place of work were dangerous and that you were exposed to them over a dangerous period of time. We did this on behalf of Mr D and he was awarded a total of £11435.67 in industrial deafness compensation for the level of hearing loss he has to suffer.
If you are ready to start pursuing the compensation you deserve for the hearing loss you have lost at work you need to call a dedicated specialist from Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds to start making a successful claim on: 0844 499 9302.