You can claim for compensation if you suffer with industrial deafness as a result of working in excessive noise in various industries.
We can provide help and advice on making a claim if you have noise-induced hearing loss due to your job.
Many people are now choosing to make industrial deafness claims after suffering hearing damage from working in a noisy environment. This can occur when someone has been exposed to excessive noise through working in industries such as engineering, construction, steel and the armed forces. Losing your hearing can be worrying and debilitating as it can affect your daily life and stop you from being able to work.
Feel free to contact our team today for more advice on getting compensation for industry-based deafness. You may be finding it difficult to cope with the long term effects of noise-induced hearing loss but our team can help you make a claim.
The process of getting loss of hearing compensation can be difficult but we are here to make it as straightforward as possible. In order to be successful in your claim, there are a few criteria that you need to meet with regards to your situation. Some of these include:
If you meet these conditions you will be able to claim for compensation from your employer. In some cases this kind of deafness does not arise until many years after the noise exposure. By this point many people put the hearing problems down to old age and don’t realise that it could be due to their previous work. The condition can usually not be reversed and many people end up needing a hearing aid to help.
Another issue which can be brought on by using industrial tools is vibration white finger http://www.the-claims-services.co.uk/medical/white-finger/ and we can also help you make a claim for this.
If you’re unsure whether or not this is what you are suffering from, here are a few symptoms of industrial deafness which you may notice:
It is best to visit your doctor if you notice any of these symptoms, and ask them to give you a diagnosis. You will need this in order to make a claim if you believe your condition has been caused by exposure to excessive noise in the workplace. Your GP or an ear, nose and throat specialist will be able to do a test on your ears to determine if this is what you are suffering with.
We can provide help and advice with industrial deafness claims if you’re unsure of the next step to take. Losing your sense of hearing can make life difficult so we want you to get as much help as possible to live a happy life. There is also help available if you have suffered due to dental malpractice http://www.the-claims-services.co.uk/medical/dental/ so feel free to contact us about this.
Tinnitus is a noise-induced condition which creates a buzzing sound in your ears; this can sometimes be constant and make it difficult to get to sleep. It also affects the sufferer’s quality of life as it impacts the enjoyment of hobbies like listening to music or reading. In some cases it can also cause depression and anxiety, but there is no cure for the condition. It can be helped with a device which masks the noise and makes the buzzing sound less intense.
You may be able to apply for tinnitus compensation if you believe the problem has been caused by excessive noise at your workplace. Once again you will need to speak to your doctor and ask them to carry out a test and give you a diagnosis before you make your claim. Get in touch with our team if you need any further advice on making a claim.
People may choose to make a hearing loss claim if they have been working in a very noisy environment which has affected their ability to hear. These environments could include loud factories, engineering plants, construction sites, or many other noisy places. If you have been exposed to excessive noise in the workplace without proper protection, you could be eligible for compensation from your employer.
Speak to one of our experts to find out more about claiming for noise-induced hearing loss. We’d be happy to guide you through the process and give expert advice on getting the compensation you deserve.
In many cases, people can miss out on deafness compensation claims because the problem doesn’t arise until much later. They just think their hearing loss is down to old age and don’t make the connection with noise from a previous job. We are here to offer guidance for anyone planning to make industrial deafness claims so feel free to get in touch with us today for more details.