An industrial deafness claims solicitor will be able to access the compensation you deserve for your hearing loss if you have suffered a degree of deafness because you have been working in an environment where the noise levels are over the legal exposure limit and you have not had adequate protection from the exposure; if this sounds good to you then you need the assistance of Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds.
Your eligibility to make an industrial hearing loss compensation claim can be analysed by an industrial disease expert from Michael Lewin and your case can be assessed to determine if you are eligible to start a noise induced hearing impairment claim on a no win no fee basis. If you choose the services of an outstanding industrial hearing loss professional from Michael Lewin you are optimising your chances of making a successful industrial hearing loss claim for industrial deafness compensation.
It is very important as soon as you have been diagnosed as suffering from a degree of hearing loss that you seek legal advice about making a claim if you think your working environment caused the onset in the deterioration of your hearing. There is only a three year window of opportunity to claim the industrial deafness compensation you are legally entitled to and this time limit usually starts on the day of you diagnosis. You will have to be able to provide a report from the medical professional that diagnosed you detailing the extent of your hearing loss in order to start a compensation claim.
If you need an industrial deafness claims solicitor to help you access hearing loss compensation you can start a claim using the legal services offered to you on a no win no fee basis by an industrial deafness specialist from Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds.
Your chances of getting a positive resolution for your bid for compensation will be increased if you can link your industrial deafness directly to over exposure to dangerous noise levels in the working environment. In order to start an occupational deafness claim for your hearing impairment you have to have been diagnosed as suffering from some degree of hearing loss.
Once you have your diagnosis you must then be able to show that your employer did not take all of the steps detailed in the control of noise at work regulations in order to protect your hearing from damage at the times you were exposed to excess noise in the workplace. Mr P was easily able to prove that his employer had left him exposed to the noise in the workplace and that this was the cause of his hearing loss. We were able to settle Mr P’s industrial deafness case quickly and award him with £17600.00 in hearing loss compensation.
To start claiming industrial compensation for your hearing loss with legal representation from an industrial deafness claims solicitor from the industrial disease division at Michael Lewin in Leeds you can call us today on: 0844 499 9302.