You should seek industrial injury claim advice if your employer’s failure to protect you from the noise levels in the workplace is the cause of your hearing impairment. If youwish to proceed with a claim for industrial injury compensation you can do so as soon as you have been diagnosed by a medical professional as suffering from a degree of hearing loss. Following your diagnosis if you think that your occupational conditions are or were to blame for the damage to your hearing you then have to be able to prove that it was your occupational environment that caused the problem with your hearing. Evidence will need to be gathered in order to pursue a claim for industrial injury compensation and to successfully achieve a positive outcome for your case.
A claim specialist from Michael Lewin’s industrial injury department will be able to help you gather all of the evidence you need to present a solid case to your employer for the industrial injury compensation you are entitled to for the level of hearing loss you have developed. We can provide you with all of the professional advice you will need about your situation regarding your claim for industrial injury compensation.
Firstly we will need you to provide us with the names of the doctor or medical expert that diagnosed you are suffering from a degree of deafness in order to assess whether you qualify for making an industrial injury claim for hearing loss compensation. This information will provide the evidence that we will need in order to proceed with your industrial injury claim for compensation an audiogram is vital to your eligibility to start an industrial injury claim.
Seeking industrial injury compensation claim advice should be considered if you can associate your working conditions with the hearing disorder you have developed. You will also have to show along with the fact you are suffering from a degree of hearing impairment that your occupational conditions were the cause of this hearing disorder and that it could have been prevented with better health and safety procedures in your environment at work. Part of the evidence we will have to have in order to make an industrial injuryclaim on your behalf is measurements of the noise emissions in your place of work to prove that they are over the legal safe exposure limits.
Once we have the evidence of the noise exposure limits in your place of work we will then have grounds to start an industrial injury claim for deafness compensation on your behalf providing we can prove one more thing; that your employer did not take reasonable measures to protect your ears from the dangerous levels of sound in the workplace.
We secured Mr N a total of £14325.56 in hearing loss compensation because we could prove all of the above.
For industrial injury claim advice you need to speak to an industrial disease specialist from Michael Lewin as soon as possible on: 0844 499 9302.