Are you looking for advice on claiming compensation for industrial deafness in London? If you have suffered noise-related hearing loss that could have been prevented by your employer then you could be eligible for compensation and should speak with one of the experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors today about making a ?no win no fee? claim.

If you have suffered loss of hearing that is noise related and caused by high noise levels in your working environment you may be entitled to compensation for the injury you have sustained.

Mr H suffered moderate loss of hearing in both ears along with tinnitus after working in a factory for more than 12 years without any ear protection. The company finally began to provide the adequate protection needed for workers safety but for Mr H by then it was too late and the damage had already been done. He noticed a gradual decline in his hearing ability over the years whilst working and a doctor advised that he had sustained noise-related hearing loss most likely connected to his working environment and the high noise levels he had been subjected to. Mr H approached the compassionate staff at Michael Lewin Solicitors and our expert advisors guided and supported him through the entire claims process ensuring he received the compensation which he was entitled to of £13670.

If you are seeking advice on making a claim for compensation for industrial deafness after being diagnosed with noise-induced hearing loss by a medical professional that could be linked to your workplace you should speak with one of the experienced advisors at Michael Lewin Solicitors to find out if you have a case and we may be able to help you recover the compensation you deserve as we have already for many other innocent victims in London.

If you are looking to make a claim for compensation it is vital you have visited a medical professional who has diagnosed your industrial deafness. If you can prove that this hearing loss was caused by extreme noise levels at work that you were exposed to on a continual basis by your employer who did not take measures to reduce the volume of noise or provide adequate protective equipment then you may be eligible to make a claim. It does not matter if the hearing loss is temporary or permanent mild or complete loss you could still be entitled to compensation. The amount awarded will depend upon severity.

For specialist advice and a quick and easy assessment of your case over the phone to see if you could make a claim for compensation for industrial deafness in London call Michael Lewin Solicitors today or have a representative call our dedicated team on your behalf on: 0844 499 9302.

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