Oakwood Solicitors dedicated personal injury team can help you if you are suffering with noise induced hearing loss (deafness) that you have developed from you excessively noisy work environment in the UK.
An acoustic shock compensation claim was made by Miss D a call centre operator because of a piece of faulty equipment in the workplace that caused her to suffer the shock. The source of the shock came through the telephone headset that failed to muffle the excessive sound that was produced. Acoustic shock syndrome is a very real and very debilitating disorder than can be caused by fault equipment. We were able to secure over £8000.00 for Miss D for the suffering she had to endure.
The experts on the industrial disease team are here to help you claim the compensation you deserve for the deafness you have developed in a dangerous working environment. We can assure you that the award we secure for you will be proportional to the level of hearing loss you are suffering from. We will aim to secure a compensation award on your behalf that is appropriate for the level of noise induced hearing loss (deafness) you are suffering from. You can make a no win no fee claim through us regardless of the level of noise induced hearing loss (deafness) you have developed.
You should seek advice from an experienced and qualified noise induced hearing loss (deafness) from work expert like those on the industrial disease team at Oakwood as soon as you have been diagnosed as suffering from any form of hearing loss to see if you are eligible to make a compensation claim for occupational hearing loss compensation in the UK.
UK laws state that victims of industrial hearing loss are legally entitled to make a personal injury claim for the suffering they have to endure if their employer is responsible for the hearing loss being sustained in the first place.
Your employer has to be able to keep up with the times as far as safety protection is concerned and all of the outdated safetyequipment in the workplace should be replaced as soon as possible to ensure that employees are always provided with the best safety equipmentavailable. Acoustic shock injuries like those sustained by miss D happen immediately and they do not happen over time; the case is usually faulty telephone headsets. Now employers can purchase specials headsets that cut off sounds coming through them if they are loud enough or high enough to damage the operators hearing. If an employer has provided a safe headset like this to their employees and it is in full working order then there is little margin for error.
To speak to an experienced noise induced hearing loss (deafness) from work expert from the specialist industrial disease and injury division of Oakwood Solicitors about making an industrial deafness claim for occupational hearing loss compensation in the UK you should call: 0844 499 9302 or email firstname.lastname@example.org soon as possible to ensure you qualify for making a claim and that you are within the time limits for starting a compensation case.