There are different levels of hearing impairment that can develop as a result of working in an excessively noisy environment but no matter what level of damage has been done to your hearing you are legally entitled to make a claim in the UK if the damage has been caused by your employer failing to take your health and safety seriously.
The hearing damage experts from Michael Lewin’s industrial disease team are here to help any noise induced loss of hearing victim claim the industrial deafness award they are entitled to which is appropriate for the level of deafness they are suffering from. We promise if you have a qualifying claim we will be able to secure the amount of compensation a victim is entitled to that is appropriate for the injury to their ears they are suffering from. No matter what level of hearing loss a work related deafness victim is suffering from there is an industrial injury specialist here who can help them claim the award they deserve.
As soon as you have been diagnosed as suffering from a hearing impairment you should seek legal advice to see if you are eligible to make a compensation claim for industrial hearing loss compensation.
You should seek advice from specialist and qualified industrial deafness solicitors about the different levels of compensation that are available for hearing impairment victims in the UK
In 2005 the control of noise at work regulations were introduced to improve and increase the effectiveness of the noise at work regulations of 1989 to ensure that greater care is taken by employers to protect their employees from disease or injury in the workplace. The law is on the side of workplace victims in terms of making a compensation claim for industrial hearing loss if their employer has failed to act on the control of noise at work regulations 2005.
Even though it is more financially advantageous for employers to invest in workplace safety than it is for them to have employees making claims against them for workplace accidents and illnesses many employers still try to cut corners to save money where they can; many of them do this at the expense of their employees. There is no excuse for an employer to cut corners when it comes to health and safety because the most important aspect of running a company should be the safety of the people that work for you.
If you want an estimate of the amount of compensation you should expect to receive you need to speak to a personal injury solicitor and give them all of the details about your hearing injury and the way it was sustained so they can calculate your expected award amount. Different awards are made for different levels of hearing loss so the award you get will be based on the severity of your hearing loss. Miss S was awarded £4700.00 for her mi ld hearing loss.
For advice about the different levels of hearing impairment compensation that are available for industrial deafness victims under UK guidelines you should call: 0844 499 9302 or email firstname.lastname@example.org