Do you want to make a hearing loss compensation claim because of the excessive noise levels you have been subjected to in the workplace?
If so you could be entitled to make an industrial deafness claim for personal injury compensation on a no win no fee basis with the help of the friendly solicitors from Michael Lewin. Michael Lewin Solicitors are happy to offer you a free evaluation of your industrial deafness case and give you no obligation advice about your eligibility to make a successful ear injury claim. You can access all of our industrial illness and injury legal representation 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 no win no fee claim for industrial deafness compensation has just been settled by the personal injury team at Michael Lewin Solicitors. We were very pleased to be able to award Mrs F with a total of £16300.60 for the hearing loss she developed at work. After years of working in a loud environment Mrs F has sustained serious hearing loss in both ears.
You are legally entitled to make a hearing loss compensation claim on a no win no fee basis if you can prove that your employer had failed to provide you with the appropriate equipment to protect you from the excessive noise levels in the workplace or did not give you enough training and advice about preventing an ear injury in the workplace.
If you can prove that your employer is liable for your hearing loss then you should come to Michael Lewin Solicitors to discuss the circumstances surrounding your hearing loss and find out if you are eligible to make a claim. We may be able to help you gain recompense for suffering a hearing impediment because of the excessive noise levels at work if your employer has been negligent in their duty to offer you appropriate protection for your ears.
Your employer must ensure that they carry out a detailed health and safety assessment of the workplace to ensure that all the measures they have in place are adequate. Every employer has a duty to provide the safest working environment possible for their members of staff whether the environment is excessively noisy or if staff have to handle hazardous chemicals. Exposure to anything that could cause harm to an employee’s health has to have provisions made for. If your employer has not fulfilled their duty to keep you safe from sounds exposure and your hearing is suffering then they could be liable and have to pay you compensation.
Making a hearing loss compensation claim for the injury to your hearing that was developed in the workplace could not be any easier. All you need to do is make one quick phone call to the professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors and answer some straightforward questions so your case can be assessed quickly. You will receive free advice from us about whether or not to continue pursuing a claim. Claiming really is a very stress 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 concerned lawyers about your case today on: 0844 499 9302