If you have been left hearing impaired and your impairment 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 impairment 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.
It is now a well-known fact that loud noise at work can damage an employee’s hearing. This fact however was not so commonly known in the past and it is only recently that developments have been made to identify the risks of noise inthe workplace. Employeeswho were working before the risks of noise in the workplace were identified are at a very high risk of developing industrial deafness because of the lack of protection they were offered at the time. Luckily if you deafness has only been diagnosed within the last three years you are able to gain recompense for the fact you are losing you hearing and it is industry related.
Under UK laws if you are hearing impaired you are legally entitled to claim the 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 hearing impairment 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 hearing impairment 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.
There are many things an employer can do to minimise employees? exposure to noise in the workplace. An employer may have to assess the noise at work situation of the noise in the workplace is intrusive and lasts for a large proportion of the working day; if for example the noise Is as intrusive as a vacuum cleaner or a busy road it is likely an employer will have to act on the noise that is emitted into the workplace.
Mr K’s employer did not act on the noise levels in the workplace even after repeatedcomplaints from many employees about the noise. As a result we were able to gain £14340.00 in compensation on behalf of Mr K for his hearing loss.
If you have been rendered hearing impaired and you want to make a claim for industrial disease compensation with the help of a specialist industrial disease 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.