Industrial deafness compensation claims can be run on a no win no fee basis if you choose Michael Lewin Solicitors in the UK to help you make your claim.
The services we offer to all of our clients are outstanding. No claim is too large or too small for us to take on and all of our clients get the dedication and representation they deserve no matter what the nature of their personal injury. If you need someone to work on your behalf because you think that making a claim for compensation alone is too much stress then that is what we are here for.
Many people believe that if they make a no win no fee claim then they are not getting the best legal advice and assistance. If anything by making a no win no fee claim you are getting even better representation because your lawyer will not get their fees paid if they do not successfully settle your case and all their hard work will have been for nothing. Making a claim on a no win no fee basis is the best and most effective way to make a claim both for your finances and for your peace of mind; you can relax knowing that a dedicated solicitor is striving to get a result for your claim.
Industrial deafness compensation claims can be made in the UK by anyone who has been a victim of exposure to excessive noise levels in the workplace.
If your ears have been damaged because your employer failed to offer you the necessary safety accessories to protect your ears from harm or if they failed to provide the appropriate training about avoiding the risks of exposure to noise levels at work then you need Michael Lewin Solicitors by your side. If your employer has not followed the health and safety rules relating to sound exposure at work correctly and has allowed you to be exposed to dangerous and damaging levels of noise then they are liable for paying compensation to the victim that was under their care.
Every employer in the UK no matter whether they employ 5 employees or 5000 employees has to provide a safe and hazard free working environment for their employees so they can carry out their obligations as an employee without risking their own personal safety. Many jobs are hazardous and people choose to go and work in these environments but even if it is a choice to work in a dangerous or risky environment it is still an employer’s obligation to make sure the workplace is as safe as possible.
Miss O’s claim was successful because she met the relevant criteria for successfully receiving compensation for the hearing loss she developed at work. Miss O was awarded a total of £16110.00 for the severe hearing loss she developed in a factory through no fault of her own.
If you want industrial deafness compensation advice about starting a claim against your employer in the UK call Michael Lewin Solicitors team of dedicated and caring occupational deafness specialists on: 0844 499 9302.