Are you looking to make an occupational deafness or noise-induced hearing loss compensation claim following years of being subjected to constant noisy conditions at work in London? If so you should look no further than the experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors who could assess your case over the phone to see if you could be eligible to pursue compensation on a ?no win no fee? basis with our experienced legal representation.

It is an employer’s legal duty to put in place the correct measures for the protection and wellbeing of their workforce and this includes monitoring the level of noise in the workplace and providing the correct training and ear protection if noise levels are consistently above the 80 dB limit set in place by the Health and Safety Executive’s Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 act.

Occupational deafness sometimes referred to as noise-related hearing loss is a condition that results in a person suffering loss of hearing (usually over a prolonged period of time) as a direct result to the high levels of noise in the environment they work in. It can vary in severity from temporary loss of hearing to complete deafness in one or both ears. It can also be associated with noise-related tinnitus which although can?t be claimed for in itself it can be a factor taken into consideration when pursuing a claim foroccupational deafness.

Michael Lewin Solicitors have helped many sufferers of occupational deafness and noise-related hearing loss pursue their claim for compensation after prolonged exposure to excessive noise levels at their workplace in London and across the UK and you could be eligible for us to act on your behalf on a ?no win no fee? basis.

Ms L worked in mills for over 25 years. She never thought much about the need to protect her ears as her employers did not make her aware of the dangers to their hearing by being exposed to the continual high levels of noise generated by the spinning machinery around her.

After being diagnosed by a medical professional as suffering noise-induced hearing loss in both ears along with mild tinnitus Ms Lcontacted the highly skilled industrial deafness division at Michael Lewin Solicitors who were more than happy to take on her case on a ?no win no fee? basis. Our dedicated team successfully recovered compensation of £11900 on her behalf.

To find out if you are eligible to make an occupational deafness or noise-induced hearing loss claim on a ?no win no fee? basis with the help of the work-related illness claims specialists at Michael Lewin Solicitors in London or elsewhere in the UK call us today on 0844 499 9302and we would be happy to discuss your case with no obligation with wither yourself or a trusted representative speaking on your behalf.

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