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Hearing Loss Claims for Exposure at Work

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By law, employers have a responsibility for your health and safety (this includes your hearing).

Common symptoms of hearing loss include:

  • Struggling to hear conversation when there is background noise
  • Missing bits of conversation
  • Constantly turning up the volume on the tv or radio
  • Asking people to repeat themselves
  • Experiencing a whistling or ringing in your ears
  • And many more symptoms

We already represent many clients with various hearing problems, from a varied age range and varied working conditions, including:

  • Engineering – engineering hearing loss
  • Steel – industrial hearing loss
  • Bar and Nightclub staff – Noise-induced hearing loss
  • Construction – Construction hearing loss
  • Textiles/weaving – Manufacturing hearing loss
  • Security
  • Military – Armed Forces hearing loss

People often think that when their past employer is no longer trading, that you cannot claim. This is incorrect. We will try our best to locate the insurance company who insured that firm during the time of your employment in order to bring a successful claim.

Quick Facts

  • No Win, No Fee available for hearing loss compensation claims
  • Dedicated and highly skilled Industrial Deafness Legal team
  • All claims undertaken
  • Free initial advice and free hearing tests
  • High success rate for clients with maximum compensation
  • National hearing loss claim coverage

Meet the Head of Department

Tim Fieldhouse

Solicitor and Head of Industrial Disease

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