Michael Lewin’s industrial disease specialists can help you make a successful noise induced hearing loss (deafness) claim for occupational deafness compensation if you have suffered damage to your hearing due to unsafe working conditions in the UK.
Unsafe working conditions in terms of noise in the workplace are classed as employees being subjected to loud noises in the workplace without adequate protection. An employer is responsible for training employees correctly about the safe ways to manage exposure to noise in the workplace and how to use the equipment they have been provided with correctly. If an employee has not received the correct training about how to use the equipment they have been provided with and they have not been offered training about how tomanage the exposure then an employer is negligent and will be responsible if there is an onset of industrial deafness in an employee.
The dedicated occupational hearing impairment solicitors from the industrial disease division at Michael Lewin Solicitors are here to help you claim the industrial deafness recompense you are entitled to which is appropriate for the level of hearing loss you are suffering from. We can guarantee that the amount of recompense we are able to secure on your behalf will be appropriate for the level of noise induced hearing impairment you are suffering from. No matter what level of aural damage you are suffering from there is an industrial deafness specialist here who can help you.
You should seek advice from an experienced and qualified noise induced hearing claim expert like those on the industrial disease team at Michael Lewin as soon as you have been professionally diagnosed as suffering from a loss of your hearing to see if you are eligible to make a compensation claim for occupational hearing loss compensation in the UK.
UK laws are on the side of anyone who has had to work in a dangerously noisy environment. A victim 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.
The law was on Miss G’s side when her employer failed to offer her any training when she commenced her job about the dangers of the noise levels in her place of work. Miss G was not given any instructions about where to obtain ear protection in the workplace or about how to report that she did not have any. As a result Miss D was subjected to a daily high level of noise. We were bale to secure her over £9000.00 in compensation.
To speak to a dedicated noise induced hearing loss (deafness) claim specialist from the specialist industrial disease and injury division of Michael Lewin Solicitors about making an industrial deafness claim for occupational hearing loss compensation in the UK you should call: 0844 499 9302 or email email@example.com soon as possible to ensure you do not miss out on your chance to claim the compensation you are legally entitled to for the noise induced hearing loss (deafness) you have developed.