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Tinnitus Compensation Claims

Tinnitus is a symptom of industrial deafness or noise induced hearing loss. Read on for information on making a tinnitus compensation claim and the following section explaining ‘what is tinnitus’. We are experts in claiming for hearing problems and can help give you any tinnitus advice and information you need.

What is tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a ringing, buzzing or swishing or any recurring or continuous sound which seems to originate in the head or ears, which can be caused by long-term exposure to workplace or other noise.

For most people, tinnitus is not a serious problem, but more a nuisance which eventually rights itself. But for some, the underlying condition which has caused the tinnitus is more severe and tinnitus can become a constant problem along with the damaged hearing which often accompanies it. In these cases, particularly where there are permanent hearing issues, it can be sensible to pursue a tinnitus compensation claim.

If you are suffering from tinnitus as a result of workplace noise, you might be entitled to make a tinnitus claim against your employer. Claiming can help you get back on your feet if you have been forced to take time off work because of your tinnitus, and it can also prevent other people from being affected by tinnitus in the future as your employer will be forced to take action to implement the correct health and safety measures. Making a tinnitus compensation claim

For a successful tinnitus compensation claim, you will need to show that tinnitus or the underlying condition causing your tinnitus is having a negative affect on your life or has caused actual financial loss. You will also need to show that the tinnitus is a result of noise in your working environment, and that your employer’s negligence led to your tinnitus.

For example, your employer might have failed to train you in safety measures necessary to reduce the risk of tinnitus, or they might not have provided you with safety equipment which could have prevented you from getting tinnitus.

If you want to make a claim for tinnitus, call us today or claim online. This will put you in touch with one of our friendly advisors, who will talk you through your tinnitus claim and can put you in touch with a specialist solicitor in your area if you decide to go ahead.

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