Do you think you are entitled to make a tinnitus claim in the UK because you have suffered damage to your hearing due to working in an excessively loud environment?
You can only make a tinnitus claim if your symptoms of having the complaint are accompanied by an actual hearing problem. You have to have been diagnosed as suffering from haring loss in addition to tinnitus if you want to claim tinnitus compensation as an additional pert of your hearing claim. Tinnitus compensation awards are to given for tinnitus alone. Tinnitus is generated in a person’s own auditory pathways and this means that it is not classed as an industrial disease or illness but it does mean that awards can be made for tinnitus compensation in addition to a claim for hearing loss.
Oakwood’s tinnitus experts are here to help any work related tinnitus victim claim the industrial hearing injury award they are entitled to which is appropriate for the level of tinnitus they are suffering with. We can guarantee that the amount of compensation we are able to secure on any victims behalf will be on a level with the expected amount they should receive for the tinnitus they have developed. No matter what degree of tinnitus a victim is suffering from there is an industrial injury specialist here who can help them claim the recompense they are legally entitled to.
You should make a tinnitus claim for industrial disease compensation on a no win no fee basis using experts like those on the industrial disease team at Oakwood as soon as you have been diagnosed as suffering from a degree of tinnitus and you can link it to your working conditions that are not meeting UK standards for health and safety.
You may notice a constant buzzing ticking bleeping or humming sound in your ears that you cannot get rid of. If you see a specialist audiologist they may diagnose that you are suffering from a condition called tinnitus. Tinnitus is actually a surprisingly common ailment with at least 10% of the populationsuffering from the condition at some point throughout your life. Many people are more prone to suffering than others though people who work in noisy industries of where the pressure of the sound is incredibly high are at a n increased risk.
The noise output in the bar where Miss Z was a bar tender was over 110dB. After a prolonged period of working in the bar Miss Z noticeda ringing noise in her ears. Miss Z decided it was time to leave the bar as it was damaging her ears. Miss Z had a hearing test and it showed that it was too late to reverse the damage and she had started to suffer from hearing loss. We successfully secured her 37180.00 in compensation.
Are you ready to start a tinnitus claim for industrial disease recompense in the UK? Speak to a solicitor from the specialist industrial tinnitus division of Oakwood Solicitors about making an industrial disease claim for work induced tinnitus compensation as soon as possible so you do not miss your window of opportunity. Call: 0844 499 9302