You can access the maximum compensation award you deserve for the industrial deafness you developed working in an excessively loud industry by starting legal proceedings using a dedicated and experienced industrial disease lawyer from Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds to make a no win no fee claim on your behalf.

The process of starting a claim is straightforward and is not as complex as you would think if you have one of the litigation experts from the industrial disease team of solicitors at Michael Lewin working on your behalf. We can take every tiresome element out of making a claim and are happy to do all of the necessary liaising to gather the evidence we need to make your case a success.

We worked on behalf of Miss D who suffered hearing loss as a result of suffering from an acoustic shock. An acoustic shock usually happens to people who use headsets at their place of work. Miss D worked as a dispatcher for a national courier company and had to wear her headset for 10 hours a day. The headset was faulty and as a result Miss D suffered an acoustic shock into her ears. The damage that was caused by this one single event has left Miss D with a significant hearing defect.

Compensation for industrial deafness is widely available in the England for any employee whose deafness has developed as a result of working in an industry where the noise levels are unsafe by making a no win no fee claim through Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds.

You can access the recompense you are legally entitled to by making a no win no fee claim with the help of a dedicated and professional industrial disease specialist form the industrial disease and injury panel of solicitors from Michael Lewin. Your legal right as an employee is to be provided with the equipment you need in the workplace to protect you from any risks that are present.

There are a number of safety measures and procedures than an employer is now legally obliged to enforce in the workplace to try and help cut down on the number of workers who are exposed to noise in the workplace to prevent future cases of industrial deafness being developed.

Now employers must try to manage the risk of exposure t noise in the workplace effectively by changing the layout of the workplace carrying out regular risk assessments of the noise levels in the workplace to ensure employees are being adequately protected and consider making any feasible changes to the machinery that outputs such a large amount of noise.

If you are ready to start your compensation case for the industrial deafness you have developed as a result of the excessively noisy environment in your workplace you need to call one of the experts form the industrial disease panel at Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds as soon as you can to ensure you do not miss the deadline for starting legal proceedings. 0844 499 9302.

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