Hearing loss accident claim information and advice
If you have any questions or need expert advice about accident claims and compensation for your hearing loss accident claim, talk to one of our friendly, legally trained advisors now, on 0800 689 5659.
Have you suffered hearing loss as a result of an accident?
If your hearing has been damaged as the result of an accident at work or exposure to excessive noise at work, you could be entitled to compensation.
The hearing loss compensation guide below provides key information about hearing loss compensation claims and how to make a claim for hearing loss.
Getting the right treatment
When you’ve suffered a hearing loss, it’s important that you get the right treatment. We’ll ensure that you get the best possible medical treatment and rehabilitation you need to get your life back on track as quickly as possible.
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Why claim for hearing loss?
Your employer has a responsibility to ensure that your working environment is safe and that you are equipped with the necessary protective clothing and equipment to keep you safe at all times.
If you have suffered hearing loss as a result of an accident at work or excessive noise in the workplace, you could be entitled to compensation.
The compensation you receive could help to cover the cost of your injury now and in the future, including any lost income for time you’ve had to take off work as a result of your injury, any medical treatment you’ve had to pay for, as well as additional costs such as care and transport. Why should you be left out of pocket after an accident or injury that wasn’t your fault?
Can you claim for your hearing loss related injury?
Exposure to noise at work is one of the most significant causes of adult onset deafness. If you have suffered hearing loss as a result of your work or an accident in the work place, you could be able to make a claim for compensation.
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Average compensation for hearing loss
If you’ve suffered hearing loss, you could claim compensation for the physical injury as well as for any financial losses incurred as a result, including loss of earnings, travel costs, hearing aids, treatment, and sign language training.
The amount of compensation you will be entitled to will vary depending upon a number of factors, however the average compensation for hearing loss is:
|Deemed date of injury
||Compensation for total loss of hearing
How do you start a claim?
If you’ve suffered damage to your hearing as the result of an accident at work, making a compensation claim probably seems like an extra cause of stress that you don’t need right now.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we make the hearing loss claims process as simple, straightforward, and stress-free as possible. Whatever the circumstances of your accident, our specialist personal injury claim lawyers can give you the advice and practical help you need to get your life back on track.
We’ll help you secure the best medical treatment and rehabilitation, and recover all of your costs, including damages and loss of earnings.
Starting your claim couldn’t be easier – simply call our specialist team to discuss your claim today.
Why choose Accident Advice Helpline?
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we have a wealth of experience when it comes to hearing loss claims and securing compensation for hearing loss.
If you’ve suffered damage to your hearing in an accident at work, you shouldn’t have to suffer the costs. We can help you with your work-related hearing loss compensation claim, helping you to secure the compensation you deserve, without the hassle.
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