If you have suffered mild or severe hearing loss because your employer has not taken enough responsibility ensure workers are protected from the noisy environment in the workplace you could be entitled to thousands in compensation by claiming in the UK.
Making a claim for industrial deafness compensation is totally stress free and straightforward if you choose a solicitor from the industrial illness and injury team at Oakwood Solicitors to act on your behalf. You will have one dedicated industrial illness and injury consultant 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 occupational conditions have damaged your hearing temporarily or permanently because you have not been offered adequate protection by your employer from the emissions of sound into the workplace.
If you have to shout to a colleague who is only two meters away then it is likely that the emissions of sound into your workplace are over 80dB. If you have to shout to a colleague in order to be heard clearly and they are only standing a metre away then it is likely that the noise is over 90dB in your work and you will need hearing protection.
Enquiring about your entitlement to claim hearing loss recompense or workers deafness compensation in the UK is simple. Just one quick phone call to Oakwood’s industrial deafness consultants and if your case qualifies you can make a no win no fee claim straight away with the help of an expert and highly experienced work related illness and injury solicitor.
The occupational hearing injury team made up of expert and highly qualified legal executives is dedicated to helping employees whose hearing has been damaged in the workplace claim the compensation they are entitled to.
If you have suffered mild moderate or severe hearing loss including intermittent or occasional hearing loss because you have been exposed to excessive noise levels at work you are legally entitled to make a claim for industrial deafness 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 safety equipment that was appropriate for the levels of your exposure.
Oakwood Solicitors have just settled Mr E’s claim for personal injury compensation and he has been awarded with a total of £4908.00 for his mild hearing loss. We are very pleased with the award we were able to produce for Mr E.
Are you ready start a case for your hearing loss or need more advice about claiming workers compensation in the UK? If so call industrial deafness 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 losing your hearing as a result of your employer’s negligence call us today on: 0844 499 9302