Michael Lewin’s industrial experts can help you make a workplace accident compensation claim for the hearing loss compensation 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 hearing loss that Mr F is suffering from and will have to suffer from for the rest of his life due to the severe damage that has been done to his inner ear was caused by the large and dangerously loud wood cutting machines at his place of work. Mr F suffered moderate hearing loss now and well as having to endure serious tinnitus which stops him from sleeping. Mr F was given an award of £16500.40 in compensation.
The specialists on Michael Lewin’s industrial disease claims team can help you make a workplace accident 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 award which is appropriate for the level of hearing loss you suffered in your workplace accident. We promise that the amount of workplace accident compensation that we will secure on your behalf is appropriate for the level of hearing loss you are suffering with. No matter what degree of hearing loss you are suffering with from partial deafness in one ear to total deafness in both there is a workplace accident hearing loss specialist here who can help you.
You should seek advice about making a workplace accident compensation claim from an expert like those on the industrial accident 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 employee who has had to work in a dangerously noisy environment and who has suffered an injury to the ears in a workplace accident; laws state that any employee is legally entitled to make a workplace accident claim for the suffering they have to endure as a result of the damage to their hearing for being unprotected in the workplace.
Employers if they have anyone working for them are duty bound to have the noise levels in the workplace assessed if it is believed that the noise levels are excessive so they can put a plan into place to ensure that none of their employees develop hearing loss because they are being exposed to the excessive emissions. With no idea of the level of the emissions of noise into the workplace an employer cannot determine what level of protection they need to give to their employees to protect them from developing industrial deafness.
For advice about starting a workplace accident compensation claim in the UK from the specialist industrial disease division of Michael Lewin Solicitors about making a workplace injury compensation claim for hearing loss recompense you should call: 0844 499 9302 or email email@example.com