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Inner ear damage is the cause of both Industrial Deafness and Tinnitus. The most common cause of inner ear damage is loud and sustained noise; normally found in a workplace and connected to certain industries.
There are three different types of industrial deafness. These are permanent hearing loss, Tinnitus and acoustic trauma. Permanent hearing loss happens as a result of sustained exposure to loud noise without the use of ear defenders.
Tinnitus can be a debilitating condition where suffers can hear a whooshing, ringing, buzzing or whistling sound in one or both ears, sometimes permanently. This can affect the ability to concentrate, sleep and can cause problems with hearing.
Acoustic trauma is less common and is caused by sudden, unexpected loud noise. This can happen to call centre workers using a headset due to sudden feedback and can perforate an eardrum in extreme circumstances.
If you let us help you with your industrial deafness claim, we will get you the justice you deserve and financial recompense for your injury.
Our experienced personal injury team will ensure that you get an appointment with a specialist medical expert who will review your condition. We will also arrange for you to receive any treatment that may help your condition and finally, ensure you get the financial compensation you deserve.
If you would like our experienced team to help you with your industrial deafness claim, please leave us your details and our Front Line Team will call you back within two hours. They will pass you through to your Case Manager, who will remain with you until your claim is settled.
Our skilled solicitors and their teams solidly verify the facts of your case in order to firmly establish your justified position – we then pursue deserved compensation for the injuries you have suffered.
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Our Front Line Team will gather all of the information required to make a claim on your behalf.
You will be introduced to your Case Manager, who will submit your claim to the other party. Your Case Manager will consider arranging a medical examination and treatment required to assist your recovery, and will formulate your claim to present to the other party. Your claim will then be pursued through to its conclusion.
Our Solicitors and their teams treat each case as unique, carefully gathering the facts of your specific case to accurately justify the overall compensation that you deserve for your injury, and not a penny less.