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Hearing Loss Compensation

Noise Induced Hearing Loss - Donít Suffer In Silence

Noise induced hearing loss claims are on the rise as these types of claims arise after sometime being exposed to noisy work environment without proper protection. Years after years of working in noisy environments finally takes its toll on employees. It is rarely if a hearing loss occurs straight away when you start an employment in a noisy work environment as symptoms of hearing loss take time to develop. So you might be thinking to yourself whether you are entitled to hearing loss compensation, or thinking how and when you make the hearing loss compensation claim. Well, below we will try to break it down into easy steps that you can follow in order to make a hearing loss compensation claim.

Hearing loss compensation claimsNoise induced hearing loss can be caused by working in any noisy environment where the noise exceeds certain safe levels for set periods of time. Some example industries where noise levels can exceed safe levels:

  • Textile Industry

  • Power Station Workers

  • Construction Workers

  • Steel & Metal Industry

  • Ship Building & Heavy Manufacturing

  • Rubber & Petrochemical Industry

  • Pottery and Ceramics Industry


There can be other industries so donít worry if the industry you work in is not listed above, e.g. call centres, as these are a few examples. Applying for hearing loss compensation is not just limited to noisy industries only but could also include making a hearing loss claim for noisy equipment. If you struggle to hear or have to have the TV on loud then try to determine what could be the cause. You yourself should know what type of environment or noisy equipment you have been exposed to at your employment or previous employment.

Hearing loss can take years to develop or become noticeable and you would normally have three years to make a hearing loss compensation claim, starting from when you first noticed symptoms or thought that they might have been caused by your work.

Once you have determined this and you believe the hearing loss is the cause of noise that exceeds certain safe levels for set periods of time then ask a personal injury solicitor for a free consultation to discuss your case. You do not even need to call the personal injury solicitor as nowadays you can make simply enquiries online and the solicitor will call you. Just fill in a very simple form and the personal injury solicitor will contact you to discuss your case and see whether you have a hearing loss compensation claim.

Every step and procedure will be explained to you by the personal injury solicitor and there is no obligation to make a hearing loss compensation claim. Listen to the advice and then make your decision whether you have a good claim and the right team to represent you.  Compare the best injury lawyers and select only the personal injury solicitors that others have recommended as there is no substitute for reviews and recommendations.

Hearing tests will be conducted in due course and the personal injury solicitor will get a hearing test arranged for you that will tell them whether the hearing problems are related to noise.

Compare hearing loss compensation solicitors to make an enquiry to get the best advice for your case for free.

No obligation to make a claim, just simple honest advice. Click on the Industrial Claim category to comapre or the link above.

2nd September 2013, 0:25
 

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