Has your hearing been affected at work?
Industrial deafness is a relatively common condition and is often suffered by people who work in noisy environments. Even though your employer should prevent you from developing these kinds of conditions, some businesses and companies may not take their health and safety responsibilities seriously.
If they fail to ensure the workplace is safe and you develop industrial deafness because of this, you could take action against them. Similarly, if you sustain an injury or develop an illness as a result of your job, you could be eligible to make a claim for compensation.
What about the cost of claiming for industrial deafness?
Whilst many people are wary of making a compensation claim, even seeking legal advice can seem complicated when you first get started. As some personal injury law firms charge expensive fees, you may be worried about the cost of claiming for industrial deafness.
However, you don’t have to get stuck with costly upfront legal fees when you make a claim and you certainly don’t have to pay expensive legal bills merely to find out more about making a personal injury claim.
If you’re worried about the cost of claiming for industrial deafness, why not contact us at Accident Advice Helpline?
We understand that most claimants simply aren’t able to fund the cost of a claim upfront but we don’t want this to prevent you from obtaining compensation. In order to provide as much assistance as possible, we’re committed to working on a no win no fee basis.
This means that you won’t have to pay anything upfront to make a claim and you won’t have to take out costly loans or financing plans in order to fund your legal action.
As well as this, our personal injury team provide free no-obligation advice to potential new claimants. This means that you can find out more about taking legal action without feeling under pressure and without worrying about the cost of claiming for industrial deafness.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline now
To access more information today, call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 5659 if you’re calling.