Are you suffering from a hearing impairment because of the excessive noise levels you have been subjected to in the workplace? If so you could be entitled to make a personal injury claim for industrial deafness compensation. Michael Lewin Solicitors are happy to offer you a free assessment of your industrial deafness case and give you no obligation advice about your chances of making a successful ear injury claim. You can access all of our personal injury legal services on a no win no fee basis so you do not have to worry about the cost of claiming the industrial deafness compensation you are legally entitled to.
A hearing impairment can be anything from mild hearing loss in one or both ears to total deafness in both ears. No matter what level of hearing injury you have sustained into eh workplace you are entitled to make a compensation award if your employer is responsible for the injuries you have sustained. Every employee has a choice about where they want to work; f you choose to work in a noisy environment you wold expect for your employer to offer you the maximum amount of protection available to protect your ears from damage.
The same applies in all areas of work; if you are expected to be exposed to something that could be a hazard to your person you would expect your employer to take reasonable measures to protect you from harm. If your employer has failed in their duty to keep you from harm then they are responsible for your injuries and suffering.
If a hearing impairment has been caused in the workplace and you can prove that your employer had failed to provide you with the appropriate equipment to protect you from the noise levels in the workplace or did not give you enough training and advice about preventing an ear injury in the workplace then you should come to Michael Lewin Solicitors to discuss the circumstances surrounding your hearing loss. We may be able to help you gain compensation for suffering a hearing impediment because of the excessive noise levels at work if your employer has been negligent in their duty to protect you.
Ms D gained an award of £3500.00 for the ear injury she suffered whist working in a call centre for a large bank. A defective headset was responsible for Ms D’s injuries and Ms D was able to prove that she reported the fault repeatedly before her injury developed any further but her reports were ignored.
Making a claim for a hearing impairment that you have developed in the workplace could not be any easier. All you need to do is make one quick phone call to the experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors answer a few questions so your case can be assessed quickly and receive free advice from ourselves about whether or not to continue pursuing a claim. It really is a very simple and hassle free process if you decide to use Michael Lewin Solicitors to make a personal injury claim for the industrial deafness you have developed at work. Call one of our professional and friendly lawyers about your case today on: 0844 499 9302