Are you eligible to claim industrial illness compensation because you have suffered damage to your hearing whilst working in the UK?
You could be able to make an industrial illness claim if you have suffered from a loss of hearing whilst working in the UK. If a qualified medical professional has diagnosed you as suffering from hearing loss and if you can prove that you were working in an unsafe environment where the control of noise at work regulations 2005 were not being adhered to there is a good chance you will be eligible to receive a compensation award for the level of hearing loss you have sustained.
Hearing loss if it has been caused by working in a noisy environment is classed as a n industrial illness or an industrial disease. Every worker in the UK has the right to a safe working environment but if this has to been provided by their employer they also have the right to make an industrial illness or industrial disease claim if they have developed or contracted an illness because of the unsafe conditions in which they had to work.
Making an industrial illness claim for hearing loss compensation is a simple and straightforward process if you have been diagnosed as suffering from haring loss whether it is mild or severe temporary or permanent if you come to Michael Lewin Solicitors for legal representation. We can make a hearing loss claim on your behalf if you have suffered in the workplace from excessive noise levels. No one should have to work in an environment where the noise emitted is so loud it causes them to suffer whilst they are at work and also whilst they are away from work.
You can claim industrial illness compensation if you have suffered a hearing defect as a result of your employment conditions; starting a claim in the UK is easy and you just need to make one call to a personal injury lawyer from the industrial illness and injury team on the number below.
It is very important that we can establish if you are eligible to make a claim so you must answer all of our questions honestly. You cannot make a claim if you have not been diagnosed with a hearing disorder; we must be able to prove that the hearing impediment exists if you want to make a personal injury claim for it. You also have to able able to establish a clear correlation between your hearing impediment and the excessive noise levels at work.
Miss R was able to establish a link between the very dangerous levels of noise emitted into o the nightclub where she was a member of staff and the hearing loss she had to suffer for hours each time she left work. The hearing loss was also accompanied by a ringing in the ears which was diagnosed as tinnitus. We were able to secure a total of £6590.00 for Miss r.
To start pursuing industrial illness compensation in the UK today call Michael Lewin Solicitors on: 0844 499 9302.