Oakwood Solicitors are experts at making claims for hearing loss victims in the UK.

 In Work Related Illness

We are dedicated to helping innocent victims of excessive noise levels in the workplace claim the compensation they are legally entitled to for the damage that has been done to their hearing through no fault of their own. We always strive to get the maximum amount of compensation available depending on our clients? level of suffering whilst ensuring that the claim is settled in the timeliest manner.

By innocent victim in the workplace we mean that you have to have been unaware that your employer was failing to offer you the protection you needed to save your ears from harm. If you have been provided with the required level of hearing protection if there are signs in your workplace indicating when you need to wear the protection and if you have failed to follow the regulations then you are responsible for the damage to your ears. If your employer had not provided you with the necessary equipment there were no signs in the workplace telling you when ear protection was required and you did not know that this was causing harm to your hearing then this is an example of when youwould have a successful personal injury claim for hearing loss compensation.

If you have suffered at work from excessive noise levels at work you need to seek claims advice for workplace victims about making a hearing loss claim in the UK. Compensation is widely available in the UK for anyone who has suffered an illness or injury at the hands of their employer. If your employers neglect recklessness carelessness action or inaction has caused harm to your person in anyway you can make a personal injury claim for compensation if you can prove your employer was to blame. Every employer has a legal duty to all of their employees to keep them safe in the workplace and to protect them from all of the hazard they will and might encounter whilst a t work. There are different rules for different hazard in the workplace; working at height rules working with noise rules and many others each of which are more relevant to some companies that others. Each of the regulations come with guidelines about how employers should approach the hazards and protect their employees. If your employer has failed to do so then they are liable for your hearing injury.

Mr P made a personal injury claim after his employer had seriously neglected many members of staff at his place of work. Oakwood Solicitors were able to ensure Mr P was fully compensation for his hearing loss and awarded him with £8540.00.
If you need claims advice for hearing loss victims or you are ready to start pursuing a hearing loss claim for personal injury compensation you should call on of the dedicated personal injury lawyers from Oakwood soclitrs as soon as possible about your case. Do not delay call us today on: 0844 499 9302.

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