Choosing the right NIHL claims solicitor.
The right legal advice and representation is a vital part of every work-related hearing loss claim.
At Imperium Law we have a dedicated specialist deafness team to help you claim for NIHL, acoustic shock and tinnitus. We are dedicated to winning the maximum compensation payout possible for your hearing loss.
Are you entitled to claim?
Our solicitors can make a free no-obligation claim review of your case.
Hearing loss for many employees happens gradually because of exposure to excessive noise over a long period of time.
Due to the length of time it may have taken for you to become aware you have suffered hearing damage, you may no longer be working for the employer who failed to protect you at work.
If this is the case we can trace your former employer to make a claim, and even if they have ceased trading we can trace their insurers.
We have experience winning compensation for workers whose hearing damage can be traced back as far as three decades. One claim example is the case of a 57 year old Warwickshire man who contacted us advising that he had suffered hearing damage but his ex-employer had ceased trading.
We traced his former employer’s insurers and proved his hearing damage was caused by the lack of safety equipment such as ear defenders. We won compensation of £5,000 on his behalf.
If you are in a similar position call one of our hearing loss solicitors on 0800 633 5730, we can review your case and advise how much compensation you could be entitled to receive.
We offer ‘No Win-No Fee’ claim representation.
To make a successful claim you are required to:
- Provide a medical report as proof you are suffering from hearing damage.
- Show your hearing damage was caused by exposure to loud noise at work.
- Show your hearing damage happened because your employer failed to protect you from harm.
If you have developed work-related deafness call 0800 633 5730 to find out about making a claim.
Work injury claim time limits.
As soon as any hearing loss becomes apparent you are required to seek medical opinion and legal advice as you have three years from the date you are diagnosed to make a claim.