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Noise Induced Injury Claims

Ear Injury Compensation Claims

If you have suffered loss of hearing due to working in an environment with very loud machinery or other such  noises then you could  be able to make a no win, no fee personal injury claim.

Noise induced hearing loss comes about when loud noises, be they sudden or continuous over a long period of time, lead to problems with hearing. You could experience symptoms such as tinnitus, temporary or permanent hearing loss, muffled hearing or trouble hearing high pitch noises?

The Control of Noise at Work Regulations (2005) lays out that there are particular limits to the levels of damaging noise an employee should be exposed to over a period of time. If your employer hasn’t stuck to these recommendations then it’s possible that they may have put you at risk of industrial deafness.

If you have suffered loss of hearing through no fault of your own then contact Godloves Solicitors and we promise you will do everything we can to make your claim successful.

Godloves Solicitors can help you with your Ear Injury Compensation Claim

Godloves help people who have suffered loss of hearing to receive the maximum compensation they are entitled to, and we always work on a No Win, No Fee basis. Why not take a look at our online Claim Calculator to find out how much your claim might be worth.

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