If you have suffered mild or severe hearing loss because your employer failed in their duty to protect workers from the noisy environment in the workplace you could be entitled to thousands in compensation.
Making a claim for hearing loss compensation is totally stress free and straightforward if you have chosen Oakwood Solicitors to act on your behalf. You will have a dedicated work accident and illness solicitor making a claim for personal injury compensation on your behalf to ensure that you are awarded the recompense you deserve. You can make a claim if your employment conditions have damaged your hearing temporarily or permanently.
Mr K 55 came to Oakwood Solicitors for advice and support after he discovered that he was partially deaf. Mr K’s doctor diagnosed him with work related hearing loss after Mr K’s wife told him to go to the doctors; Mr K’s wife kept speaking to him but if the television was on he was unable to hear her. The doctor performed a hearing test and Mr K was diagnosed with a 50% reduction in his hearing. After Mr K went for tests a few months later his hearing had deteriorated.
Mr K had not realised until he went to the doctors that whilst he was operating a bench grinder in a factory his employer should have provided him with ear protection. Mr K grew concerned and decided to seek legal advice about claiming against his employer. Michael win solicitors ensured that Mr K’s case was eligible and started the claim on his behalf. We were able to secure Mr k a total of £10115.00 in compensation for the damage he had sustained to his ears. Mr K’s hearing loss has not developed any worse as he has since stopped working in the factory.
Finding out if you are entitled to hearing loss recompense or workers deafness compensation is easy. Just one quick phone call to Oakwood Solicitors and if your case qualifies you can make a no win no fee claim with the help of an expert and highly experienced work related illness and injury lawyer.
The work related disease and injury team made up of expert and highly qualified legal executives is dedicated to helping hearing impaired employees claim the compensation they are entitled to.
If you have suffered mild moderate or severe hearing loss including total deafness because you have been exposed to excessive noise levels at work you are legally entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation for the damage that has been caused to your ears. In order to start your claim you have to be able to show that your employer contributed to your ear injury by failing in their duty to provide you with the appropriate ear safety equipment.
Ready to start claiming for your hearing loss or need more advice about claiming workers compensation? If so call the injury and illness at work specialists from Oakwood Solicitors personal injury division as soon as possible to discuss your case. Claiming compensation may help you come to terms with your occupation related illness call us today on: 0844 499 9302