Oakwood’s loss of hearing claims solicitors can help you make an industrial disease claim for noise induced hearing loss (deafness) compensation if you have suffered damage to your hearing due to unsafe working conditions in the UK.
The industrial loss of hearing claims consultants are here to help any work related deafness victim claim the industrial deafness award they are entitled to which is appropriate for the level of hearing loss they are suffering from. We can guarantee that the amount of compensation we are able to secure on any victims behalf will be appropriate for the loss of hearing they are suffering from. No matter what level of hearing loss a workplace victimise suffering from there is an industrial injury specialist here who can help them claim the recompense they deserve.
Not all industrial deafness claims are clear cut; you should discuss your case at length with a specialist industrial disease solicitor to find out if you are eligible to make a personal injury claim. It may seem on the surface that you have a valid personal injury claim but then after an assessment you may find you cannot make a claim. On the other side of the coin you could be suffering from industrial deafness whilst thinking that you are not eligible to make a claim but a phone call to a solicitor from the industrial disease team at Oakwood Solicitors could surprise you; you may find you are eligible to claim thousands in industrial deafnesscompensation. If you leave it too late you will not be eligible for an award so you need to act fast.
You should seek advice from specialist and expert loss of hearing claims consultants like those on the industrial disease team at Oakwood as soon as you have been diagnosed as suffering from a degree of hearing loss to see if you are eligible to make a compensation claim for industrial hearing loss compensation in the UK.
The control of noise at work regulations were tightened up and enforced in 2005 to replace the noise at work regulations of 1989 to ensure that greater care is taken by employers to protect their employees from harm in the workplace. The law is on the side of employees in terms of making a compensation claim for industrial deafness if their employer has failed to act on the control of noise at work regulations 2005.
We made a claim for Mrs G and she received an award of £8544.00 for her industrial deafness as her employer had failed to implement the necessary health and safety strategies to ensure her protection.
To speak to one of the loss of hearing claims professionals from the specialist industrial disease and injury division of Oakwood Solicitors about making an industrial disease claim for work induced hearing loss compensation in the UK you should call: 0844 499 9302 or email email@example.com soon as possible to ensure you do not miss out on your opportunity to claim the compensation you deservefor your hearing loss.