Claims for Hearing Loss
Suffering from deafness or hearing problems can severely impact your quality of life. If your hearing problems have been caused by excessive noise at work or an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to compensation.
Claims Direct can help you find out what you may be entitled to if you've experienced an accident that has resulted in hearing problems.
How can hearing problems be caused?
Deafness and hearing problems occur gradually and because the symptoms can take some time to develop, many people don't realise that their hearing difficulties may be the result of a work-related accident, rather than simply getting older.
One common hearing problem is tinnitus, which is a buzzing sound in the ears that is often caused by excessive noise levels. In some cases, tinnitus can be sporadic - but for some, this hearing problem can disrupt daily life, make sleeping difficult and even lead to anxiety and depression.
What's more, hearing problems may be caused or exacerbated by carbon monoxide exposure as well as loud noise in the workplace. Your employer has a duty to protect you from such risks to your hearing. As a result, if your hearing problems have been caused by your work environment, you may be able to make a compensation claim.
Turn to Claims Direct if you want to claim for hearing problems
Contact Claims Direct today to find out more about how you can claim accident compensation for deafness or hearing problems caused in your workplace. Our lawyers are experts at making compensation claims for hearing problems.
What's more, we want you to get the rehabilitation and support you need to deal with your hearing loss, and we can put you in touch with welfare groups who can offer assistance.
Call us free today on 0800 884 0279 to speak to a trained representative on how to claim for a hearing problem caused by an accident that was not your fault. Alternatively, leave us your details online and we'll call you back.SHARE THIS