You may be considering making an industrial deafness claim for personal injury compensation because you are suffering from employment related industrial deafness; you can make a no win no fee hearing loss claim with the help of the specialist and highly qualified industrial deafness solicitors from the personal injury team at Michael Lewin Solicitors. This work related hearing loss team of expert solicitors is dedicated to helping innocent victims of employment related illness claim the compensation they are entitled to for their unnecessary suffering.
If you like Mr T have suffered from hearing loss because your place of employment had noise levels over 80dB you could be entitled to make a personal injury claim. If you had little in the way of protection from the excessive noise levels you were exposed to then your employer could be liable for any damage to your hearing. Mr T worked as a maintenance supervisor on a large sea vessel. Mr T spent extensive periods of time in the ships engine room where the noise levels were well over 80dB.
Mr T started to notice more and more often when he went back to shore that his hearing was getting worse. At work Mr T put the fact that he couldn?t hear people speaking to him properly down to the fact that it was noisy on the ship. Mr T was diagnosed with partial hearing loss because of his job. Michael Lewin Solicitors took on Mr T’s case and successfully managed to secure him a total of £8750.00.
Making a no win no fee industrial deafness claim for industry related hearing loss compensation is a very simple and straightforward process if you come to Michael Lewin Solicitors for expert legal representation. We will be with you throughout the entire process of making a claim for personal injury compensation because of the deafness you have developed as a direct result of your employment conditions. We will gladly take on any eligible industrial deafness claim for personal injury compensation on a no win no fee basis; this means you are not risking your financial future by pursuing the compensation you are entitled to.
A successful hearing loss claim must meet with the following criteria in order to be accepted:
? A doctor has to have diagnosed that you are suffering from hearing loss.
? Your have to prove that your working conditions are of such a level that it is likely they are responsible for your hearing loss.
? You have to show that your employer did not take reasonable measures to protect your ears from harm.
If your case meets with the above criteria there is a strong chance you will be awarded compensation.
If you are ready to start pursing your industrial deafness claim and if you want to make the process and simple and as hassle free as possible you can call the industrial deafness specialists from Michael Lewin Solicitors personal injury team today to discuss your options. If claiming compensation will help benefit you and help you deal with your industry related deafness then call one of our dedicated consultants on: 0844 499 9302