If your hearing loss or deafness is directly associated with you having worked in an environment where the noise levels are over the maximum exposure limits Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds can help you make an industrial disease claim for the hearing loss you have developed as a result of your workplace environment. You can gain an industrial deafness compensation award for the hearing loss you have sustained whilst exposed to the noise levels in a dangerous work environment by making a no win no fee claim with the help of a dedicated and expert industrial disease solicitor from Michael Lewin.
Excessive noise at work can cause employees t experience hearing loss and this hearing loss could be temporary or it may be permanent. After leaving a very noisy environment many people will experience temporary deafness in the same way many people who travel on an aeroplane will experience deafness upon landing because of the pressure. Even though your hearing may recover a few hours after leaving a noisy working environment the dangers should not be ignored; significant amount of damage could be being done to your ears. This temporary loss of hearing following being in a very noisy place is actually an indication of the damage that will be caused if you continue to be exposed to this level of noise without protection. At the same time immediate damage can be done to the hearing by a sudden or very loud noise; in many cases this damage is irreversible and the victim will suffer a loss of hearing in at least one ear.
Under UK laws you are legally entitled to claim the hearing loss or deafness compensation you deserve by making a no win no fee claim a dedicated solicitor from Michael Lewin in Leeds can help you make an industrial disease claim for deafness compensation and will work tirelessly on your behalf to ensure a successful compensation claim is made and that you are awarded the industrial deafness compensation you deserve. No matter what level of industrial deafness you have had inflicted on you as a result of poor health and safety in the workplace there is a dedicated industrial disease solicitor here who can assess you claim and hopefully help you get the process of claiming industrial deafness compensation started.
The whole purpose of the control of noise regulations 2005 was to minimise the risks to employees of sustaining industrial deafness. Unfortunately this regulation does not help people who were working before 2005 in excessively noise environments and are now suffering from hearing loss. You can still make a claim however like Mr L. Mr L made a claim a few months after his diagnosis and he received a total of £17540.00 in compensation.
To start a claim for hearing injury or deafness industrial disease compensation with the help of a specialist personal injury lawyer from Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds you need to call us quickly so you do not miss out on your chance to claim the award you deserve on: 0844 499 9302.