If your hearing loss is noise induced and that noise was generated at your place of work you could be eligible to make a no win no fee personal injury claim with the help of Oakwood Solicitors.
We are so confident in our ability to settle any genuine and qualifying claim for industrial deafness compensation that our services are offered on a no win no fee basis. No win no fee means that you can make an industrial deafness claim for the compensation you are legally entitled to without risking being out of pocket of having to pay your legal fees out of your compensation award. We can guarantee that you will keep 100% of the compensation you are awarded.
When we successfully manage to settle your industrial deafness compensation case and you are satisfied with the amount of compensation you are being offered by the negligent party we will not ask you to pay our fees; our fees will be sought in addition to your compensation award for the hearing loss you developed at work from the party responsible for your hearing problems. You are safely covered by the no win no fee agreement from having to pay our legal fees if we are unsuccessful in our efforts to settle your claim; although this event is highly irregular. We are very confident that we have the ability to settle all qualifying industrial deafness claims successfully.
Hearing loss can be noise induced by the conditions of the workplace if a sufferer’s employer has failed in their duty to protect all employees from harm.
There are always hazards in every workplace even in offices and employers have a legal obligation to carry out a risk assessment in order to ensure that all hazards are eliminated or taken care of. Noise is an extreme hazard as it can destroy a person’s hearing for life. If your employer has not taken care to ensure that your hearing is protected adequately then you are legally entitled to pursue a compensation award. In order to be eligible to make a claim you must start your case within the legal time limit.
Miss T’s hearing was affected by her noisy working environment. Miss t had been an employee in a paint manufacturing plant for a number of years when she started to notice her hearing was getting worse. After doctors confirmed she had suffered mild hearing loss she approached her employers about providing her with ear protection. Miss T was told that if she wanted ear protection everyone would and that it was too expensive. Miss T made a claim with Oakwood Solicitors against her employers and was awarded a total of $4650.50 for her mild hearing loss.
If you are ready to start your hearing loss case for noise in the workplace induced deafness you need to speak to a solicitor from the industrial illness and injury team as soon as possible. Initially you need an assessment of your case carrying out to find out if you are eligible to start a case we can do that quickly over the phone if you call Oakwood Solicitors today on: 0844 499 9302