It is vital that you seek noise induced hearing loss (deafness) compensation representation from a professional and highly qualified solicitor from Michael Lewin in Leeds if you believe that your hearing has been adversely affected by working in an excessively noisy workplace and you believe your employers negligence in providing you with the appropriate level of personal protective equipment to protect your hearing is the cause of your hearing degenerating.

A professional and hardworking legal executive from the industrial disease division of Michael Lewin Solicitors can offer you advice about any area of compensation rights and employer liability law in relation to industrial deafness and hearing loss because of the high level of qualifications and expertise our solicitors have in this area. No matter what type of industrial injury or hearing loss is affecting you we can assure you that there is a legal representative within the industrial disease division of Michael Lewin Solicitors who has the knowledge and experience to help you make a no win no fee claim and gain a successful result.

A qualified and exceptional legal professional from Michael Lewin Solicitors can offer you an assessment about the validity of your case in a free consultation which can be held over the phone and let you know in a matter of minutes if we think it is worth continuing to the next stage of the claims process and carry out an investigation of your employers negligence in order to make a claim for industrial hearing loss recompense on your behalf.

You can start the noise induced hearing loss (deafness) compensation process with no upfront fees to pay with the help of an expert industrial injury claim lawyer from Michael Lewin in Leeds if you think you are suffering from hearing loss because your employer has exposed you to a negligent level of noise in the workplace.

A negligent employer is one who does not offer hearing protection to employees to wear if the noise levels in the workplace are over 80dB or one who does not enforce the use of hearing defence in areas where the exposure to noise is high risk at over 85dB. Regulations regarding the control of noise at work state that employees have the right to request hearing defence from the nose levels in the working environment if the noise emitted is over 80dB (or if they have to shout to an employee who is two metres away from them); in this instance it is an employee’s choice to wear the protection. Mr T was not offered the option of choosing to wear hearing protection at his place of work which is what caused his hearing loss. Luckily we were able to secure Mr T £36320.00 in compensation.

For professional noise induced hearing loss (deafness) compensation representation to help you seek recompense for the industrial deafness your negligent employer has caused with help from qualified and experienced representative by your side through the duration of making a claim for industrial injury compensation you need to call Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds soon as possible on: 0844 499 9302.

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