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Industrial Deafness is a disease brought on by prolonged exposure to high levels of noise, for example in a factory. Your employer has a responsibility to keep the risk of you suffering noise related diseases to a minimum by providing protective safety equipment and reducing the amount of time you spend in the noisy environment. Your employer is not only required to make these safety measures available to you but they must also enforce the use of them. Your employer also has a responsibility to provide you with appropriate and adequate training and equipment to ensure that the risk of you sustaining injury is kept to a minimum. According to the law in the UK, employers only became aware of the dangers of excessive noise in the workplace after 1963. Therefore, if you have worked in an excessively noisy environment, after 1963, where you feel that your employer has failed to protect you and you are now suffering from hearing difficulties or Tinnitus (a constant ringing in your ears) you may be able to make a claim for compensation. Loyalty Law can put you in touch with expert industrial deafness solicitors who can answer any questions you may have about making a claim and can also advise you how much compensation you may be entitled to receive for your industrial deafness claim. Loyalty Law solicitors will act quickly and efficiently and, what’s more, our service for you is completely free of charge.
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