You can claim workers compensation for any degree of hearing loss you have sustained if the hearing loss has been caused by your negligent employer by instructing one of the industrial disease experts from Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds to act on your behalf on a no win no fee basis.

The specialists on the industrial deafness team from within the industrial disease department of Michael Lewin Solicitors can help you make a noise induced deafness claim for the hearing loss recompense that you are entitled to if you are suffering from industrial deafness. You can rest assured that we will secure an amount on your behalf which is appropriate for the level of industry and noise related deafness you developed in your excessively noisy working environment.

We promise that the amount of noise and work related deafness compensation that we will secure on your behalf is appropriate for the degree of hearing loss you are suffering from. No matter what degree of hearing loss you are suffering with from occasional deafness and tinnitus to moderate hearing loss in one ear and no tinnitus there is a noise and work induced 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 in Leeds 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.

We helped Mr K claim the compensation that he was legally entitled to claim after he suffered industrial deafness through no fault of his own. When Mr K started his job working in an excessively noisy environment he was never told that the noise levels were over 8odB but under 85dB and that he had the choice about whether or not to use hearing protection. Mr K was never informed of the dangers that the noise posed to his hearing so he worked with no protection. This has caused moderate damage to Mr K’s hearing. Luckily we were able to secure over £12000.00 in recompense on behalf of Mr K.

If you have developed an unfortunate degree of hearing loss whether it is permanent occasional temporary or very severe you are entitled to make an occupational deafness claim for the damage that has been caused. If you want to make a successful noise induced hearing loss (deafness) claim for the deafness you have developed in the workplace you have to be able to prove that the noise levels in your place of work were unsafe and posed a risk to your health. This is easily proven with a simple decibel measurement test. All employers should have a record of the noise levels in the workplace that they expect people to work in.

For advice about starting a case for workers compensation for hearing loss victims from the specialist industrial disease department of Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds about making a workers compensation claim for hearing loss recompense you should call: 0844 499 9302 or email enquiries@michaellewin.co.uk

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