Michael Lewin’s industrial disease executives can help you claim the workers compensation for hearing loss that you are entitled to if you have suffered a degree of hearing loss as a result of your dangerous working conditions in the UK.
The industries that have the highest annual incidence rates of industrial hearing loss are energy extraction water supply manufacturing and construction. It is thought that up to 170000 workers suffer deafness tinnitus hearing loss or any other ear condition and that their suffering has been caused by their excessively noisy working conditions.
The specialists on the industrial disease claims team can help you secure the workers compensation hearing loss that you are entitled to if you are suffering from industrial deafness and you can rest assured that we will secure an award which is appropriate for the level of hearing loss you are suffering from. We promise that the amount of workers compensation that we will aim to secure on your behalf will be appropriate for the level of hearing loss you are suffering that is affecting you. No matter what degree of hearing loss you are suffering with from minor to total hearing loss there is a workers hearing loss specialist here who can help you.
You should seek advice from a workers compensation hearing loss expert like those on the industrial disease team at Michael Lewin as soon as you have been diagnosed as having a degree of work related hearing loss to see if you are eligible to start a case for occupational hearing loss compensation in the UK.
UK laws are on the side of anyone worker who has had to work in a dangerously noisy environment and who has suffered an injury to the hearing or developed an industrial disease; laws state that any employee is legally entitled to make an injured workers claim for the suffering they have to endure as a result of the damage to their hearing.
Sometimes noise exposure regulations are misunderstood by employers and this then means that they do not give their staff the maximum level of protection that they need to protect them from exposure to noise inthe workplace nor do they give members of staff the correct training and information on the dangers of excess noise inthe workplace.
Miss D was one of these unfortunate victims; her employers had tried to implement health and safety regulations in the workplace for employees working in the noisy environment but they had misinterpreted the laws and Miss D was able to make a claim. Even if your employer meant to offer you protection they are still liable if you suffer from hearing loss.
For advice about starting a case for workers compensation for hearing loss victims from the specialist industrial disease division of Michael Lewin Solicitors about making a workers compensation claim for hearing loss recompense in the UK you should call: 0844 499 9302 or email firstname.lastname@example.org soon as possible to ensure you do not go over the time limit to claim the workers compensation you are legally entitled to.