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Can I make a claim for Hearing Loss or Damage?
Did you have to shout to make yourself heard at work? Do you now struggle to keep up with conversations in a busy room or suffer with ringing or buzzing in yours ears? If so you may be suffering from work-related hearing loss, or tinnitus, and could be entitled to compensation.
Legal time limits apply to industrial deafness cases so it is important that you contact Mercury Legal straight away about a no-win-no-fee claim for compensation.
If you worked in a noisy workplace or job such as:
- on a noisy production line,
- in printing, ship yards or mines,
- or perhaps served in the armed forces,
Then you need to speak to us about your right for compensation.
Your exposure to noise may have occurred many years ago, or your former employers may no longer exist, but we may still be able to help you under our No Win No Fee service, as we have done for thousands of clients already.
No-win, no-fee means exactly that. It doesn’t cost you anything to speak to us and you are under no obligation to pursue a claim, even if we think you have a strong chance of winning.
Find how we can help you to make a claim by calling us today or request a convenient call back by visiting our website.
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