There are different levels of hearing impairment and each one will be awarded a different level of compensation but with the help of a professional and highly qualified solicitor from Michael Lewin in Leeds if you are suffering from hearing loss and it is your employers fault we can help you obtain the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to for your level of hearing impairment.
If you believe the hearing impairment you have developed is noise related because you have worked in an excessively noisy workplace and you can prove your employer’s negligence in giving you the appropriate personal protective equipment is the cause of your impairment then one of Michael Lewin’s professional legal representatives can offer you advice about any area of industrial compensation law.
We are experts in the field of industry liability law in relation to industry induced injuries and diseases and because of the high level of expertise our solicitors have in this area we can advise you on any noise induced hearing impairment issues you may have. Rest assured no matter what type of industry caused disease or impairment you are suffering from there is an expert here who can help you claim the award you deserve.
No matter what levels of hearing impairment you have developed you will need the help of a solicitor from Michael Lewin in Leeds to help you gain the compensation award you deserve and resolve your case in the timeliest manner.
You can get industrial noise related deafness claims advice free of charge from an expert industry related illness claim solicitor from Michael Lewin in Leeds if you think you are suffering from hearing loss because your employer has exposed you to a hazardous level of noise in the workplace.
A professional and qualified industry induced deafness specialist from Michael Lewin Solicitors can offer you advice about the validity of your claim in a quick consultation which can be done over the phone. At the end of your free case assessment we will advise you whether we think it is worth continuing to an investigation of your employer’s negligence in order to make a claim for industry induced deafness compensation for your loss of a vital sense.
After calling us for advice about making a claim Mr S decided to proceed with his claim on a no win no fee basis and we acted on his behalf to secure him the industrial deafness compensationhe was entitled to. Mr S had been a chainsaw operator for a forestry company for anumber of years but was always told not to wear hearing protection as he would be able to hear if atree was starting to fall. As a result he suffered moderate deafness and received an award of over £14000.00.
For advice about the different levels of recompense that are available for hearing impairment in the workplace victims or for an assessment of your case to see how much compensation you could be awarded you need to speak to an industrial disease specialist from Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds on: 0844 499 9302.