Are you seeking experts in making claims for industrial diseases to help you claim compensation for the industrial deafness you suffer as a direct result of the noisy working conditions you endured in London or elsewhere in the UK? The work-related illness specialists at Michael Lewin Solicitors will take on any eligible claim on a ?no win no fee? basis and work to ensure you achieve the compensation you deserve.

Mr M was a sheet metal worker for just over ten years with his daily duties including hammering out and spot welding engine insulation blankets. He has suffered permanent damage to his hearing which a medical professional diagnosed as noise-induced as a consequence of the excessive noise he was subjected to as his employers failed to issue him with hearing protection and did not comply with Health and Safety Executive (HSE) regulations to reduce the noise he was consistently exposed to.

Michael Lewin Solicitors pursued compensation on Mr M’s behalf on a ?no win no fee? basis and successfully recovered compensation of £27650 for the substantial hearing loss Mr M now suffers in both ears.

At Michael Lewin Solicitors we have a team of specialist’s experienced in handling cases of industrial diseases and have a proven track record for successfully claim compensation for those who have suffered industrial deafness after being subjected to high noise levels in their working environment in London and elsewhere in the UK.

If you like Mr M are a victim of noise-induced hearing loss due to your employers failing to meet the regulations as laid out by the HSE in the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 act then you too could be eligible to claim compensation with the help of Michael Lewin Solicitors on a ?no win no fee? basis.

Employers should continually assess the levels of noise in their workplace ensuring that the constant noise level is not above 80 dB and if this is the case to look into ways to reduce the noise. These can include moving machinery that generates high levels of noise away from workers lining panels with noise-dampening materials or fitting anti-vibration mountings to machinery. If the consistent noise level cannot be reduced to below 80 dB the workers should be provided with the correct hearing protection and necessary training.

For advice from specialists in claiming industrial diseases compensation if you have suffered noise-induced hearing loss as a consequence of being exposed to noisy conditions at work in London or anywhere else in the UK make a no obligation call to our dedicated staff on 0844 499 9302 and we can discuss whether or not you are eligible to make a ?no win no fee? claim with yourself or a trusted representative acting on your behalf.

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