If you think you are entitled to industrial deafness at work recompense for your hearing injury and you want to know how much compensation you are entitled to under UK laws you can access that advice by speaking to personal injury expert from the industrial disease division at Oakwood Solicitors.
We are here to offer you all the advice you need about making a successful claim for occupational hearing injury compensation. Hearing loss which has developed as a result of exposure to loud noises in the environment that you work in is classed as an industrial disease. Because work related deafness is an industrial disease claims can be made against employers for the development of the deafness if the employer has failed to prevent it from being sustained.
We cannot tell you in your initial assessment interview the exact amount of compensation you will receive but we can give you a rough guideline calculation based on the details you provide us with initially. After a more in depth assessment of your claim once you have instructed us to work on your behalf we will be able to give you a better guide to the award figure you should expect to receive. Your final award amount will depend on the negotiations that take place between your solicitor from Oakwood and your employers? representatives; the time we spend negotiating depends on how long you want to continue the negotiations. .
We are pleased to have settled miss J’s claim for personal injury compensationand she is even more pleased to have received a compensation award of £9600.00 for her moderate hearing loss.
Compensation for industrial deafness at work victims is easily accessible in the UK for those who have suffered a degree of hearing loss whilst working.
The industrial illness and injury specialists from the industrial disease division at Oakwood Solicitors are confident that if you have a genuine and qualifying claim for industrial deafness compensation we can access those funds for you.
If you have totally or partially lost your sense of hearing because of the exposure to excessive sound levels you had to endure at work then there is a strong chance that you will qualify for making a no win no fee industrial hearing loss claim for compensation. You have to prove that you were exposed to excessive sound emissions whilst you were working and at the times you were exposed to the excessive noise you were not offered protection of an adequate level or training about the dangers of developing industrial deafness in the workplace. If you can prove the two aforementioned points there is a good chance we can settle your case successfully. In order to start a no win no fee claim you have to give us a comprehensive medical report from a qualified medical professional detailing the level of injury to your hearing.
To start pursuing your industrial deafness at work case in the UK with representation from a specialist solicitor call Oakwood Solicitors industrial disease division as soon as possible on: 0844 499 9302