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What’s Industrial Deafness?
Industrial deafness is the loss of hearing as a result of working in a noisy environment. It can affect anyone regardless of age and its severity can depend on the length of time and the level of the noise you’ve been exposed to. Industrial Deafness occurs more in certain occupations such as working in the building industry or in a factory environment but it can happen to anyone. Industrial Deafness can be caused by:
- Being exposed to a loud noise causing deafness for a few hours after exposure
- Prolonged exposure to loud industrial noise over a period of time
- Poor health & safety measures in the workplace
- Working in the armed forces
- Working in loud industrial environments
Worried about making a claim against your employer?
Many people are concerned about making a claim against their employee, but you shouldnt be worried. Employers will have insurance in place to deal with this kind of claim. By bringing a claim you may highlight a health and safety issue which can be addressed meaning youll safe others from suffering in the same way.
Mercury Legal Online team can help you make a claim today
From the 1st April 2013 when you contact us you will not be asked to pay any money whatsoever up front and even if your claim is unsuccessful through no fault of your own you will never be asked to pay anything to anyone. Our friendly team will do the hard work and form-filling so you don’t have to. Simply fill in our compensation claim form and one of our expert advisors will be in touch or if you prefer you can talk directly to someone now by calling our 24hr Mercury Legal helpline on 0800 122 3130, or request a call back – your claim will be dealt with immediately either way.
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