Michael Lewin’s industrial injury claims solicitors can help you make an industrial injury claim if you have suffered damage to your hearing due to unsafe working conditions in the UK. The industrial injury claims experts are here to help you claim the industrial deafness you are entitled to which is appropriate for the level of hearing loss you are suffering from. We can guarantee that the amount of compensation we are able to secure on your behalf will be appropriate for the level of hearing loss you are suffering from. No matter what level of hearing loss you are suffering from there is an industrial injury specialist here who can help you.

If you are an employer you have a duty to tell members of staff about the following:

? The expected level of sound that they will be exposed to in the occupational environment and the risk that this level of noise poses to the hearing of the employees in your care.

? What you are doing to control the hazards that are presented by the excessive noise levels in the workplace.

? How to use the sound protection equipment that you provide them with how to store it and how to maintain it to ensure remains effective.

? Where they can obtain protection from the sound levels in the workplace.

? How to report any issues they have with their equipment and how to get faulty equipment replaced.

? Where and in which areas employees need to wear their hearing protection.

? You always need to tell employees where they can find a copy of your health and safety policy and what your duties are under the noise regulations 2005 are.

If you are an employee you have the right to ask your employer for any of the above.

You should seek advice from specialist industrial injury claims solicitors like those on the industrial disease team at Michael Lewin as soon as you have been diagnosed as suffering from a degree of hearing loss to see if you are eligible to make a compensation claim for industrial hearing loss compensation in the UK. Under UK laws anyone who has had to work in an unsafe environment and who has suffered an injury or developed a disease is legally entitled to make a personal injury claim for the suffering they have to endure.

Mrs O was well within her rights to make an industrial hearing loss claim for deafness compensation because her employer had failed in nearly every single one of the obligations mentioned above. As a result of her employers negligence Mrs O was able to make a successful claim and she was awarded £7400.03.

To speak to one of the industrial injury claims solicitors from the specialist industrial disease and injury division of Michael Lewin Solicitors about making an industrial injury claim for occupational hearing loss compensation in the UK you should call: 0844 499 9302 or email enquiries@michaellewin.co.ukas soon as possible to ensure you do not miss out on your chance to claim the compensation you are legally entitled to for your hearing loss.

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