Are you having trouble with your hearing or have you developed total or partial deafness from working in an excessively noisy environment? If so you can speak to a highly qualified industrial disease and injury solicitor about making a claim for compensation.

You can obtain free and no obligation industrial hearing problems and deafness claims advice from a highly qualified legal executive at Michael Lewin Solicitors. Our expert aural defect and injury solicitors have years of experience in making personal injury claims on behalf of noise in the workplace sufferers and will guarantee to get the best possible result on your behalf. We understand how hard the loss of a sense can be and want to help you secure the award you are legally entitled to claim.

The solicitors on Michael Lewin’s personal injury team all possess customer service skills that are second to none as well as being naturally compassionate. Our industrial disease and injury team is dedicated to helping innocent victims of neglect in the workplace gain the compensation they are entitled to for the suffering they have to endure. We are fully aware how traumatic the loss of a sense is and we want to help you make a claim with as little stress as possible.

If your hearing is suffering or if you have develop a degree of deafness you can claim the compensation you are entitled to if your employer is responsible for your ear problems by making use of the no win no fee personal injury services offered by Michael Lewin Solicitors.

If your workplace has been excessively loud and you have been provided with inadequate faulty or defective ear defence and this has led to you suffering total or partial deafness in one or both ears Michael Lewin Solicitors are more than happy to help you claim the compensation you are legally entitled to. If you make a no win no fee claim with the help of a work related hearing loss specialists from Michael Lewin you have a strong chance of receiving the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to for the level of deafness you have sustained.

Mr Y received a very satisfying award for the hearing injury he developed in the workplace. The shipyard where Mr Y was in charge of operating a plasma cuter alongside many noisy machines was responsible for his injuries. He had been provided with eye protection from the cutter but no ear protection from the background noise of the other machines. Only the operators of these machines were supplied with ear protection. As a result Michael Lewin Solicitors were able to secure a total of £7010.30 for Mr Y.

To start your hearing loss claim or for advice about deafness in the workplace you need to speak to a qualified industrial illness lawyer from Michael Lewin Solicitors as soon as possible. An entire team of professional legal consultants is on hand to offer you the best advice about your industrial deafness case. If you have suffered total or partial loss of your aural sense in one or both ears you can call us on: 0844 499 9302 for free and impartial advice from a highly qualified solicitor.

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