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Industrial deafness » Tinnitus prone industries

The ringing, whistling, buzzing or humming sensation in the ears that we know as tinnitus can be caused by consistent exposure to loud noises and is a commonly suffered workplace injury. This condition can be temporary yet it sometimes acts as a precursor to permanent deafness.

It is important that noise levels are kept to a minimum in the workplace and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) strives to get this message across. For example, new regulations were introduced to better protect workers from noise at work from April 2006.

However, keeping noise to a minimum isnt always a feasible option. Those industries most likely to be affected by tinnitus include:

Within these industries the tools and machinery used, such as hammering tools, drop forging tools, pneumatic impact tools, drills, chainsaws, cartridge-operated tools, detonators and guns are the most likely causes of tinnitus and could also trigger noise-induced hearing loss.

Make a compensation claim for tinnitus with us today

If you have been exposed to noise at work and sustained tinnitus or noise-induced hearing loss as a result of your employers negligence then we are sure that we could help you to make a compensation claim against them.

  • Canning or bottling
  • Construction
  • Demolition
  • Engineering
  • Foundries
  • Forging, pressing or stamping
  • General fabrication
  • Paper or board making
  • Plastics processing
  • Road repair
  • Textile manufacture

We have years of experience in dealing with personal injury compensation claims of this kind and are associated with a panel of personal injury solicitors who have a fantastic claims success rate.

When you contact us we will assess you eligibility to claim and then contact one of the best UK personal injury solicitors to represent your case. We will strive to appoint you a solicitor that operates in your local area and he or she will be at hand to talk you through each stage of the claims process and offer free legal advice along the way.

You can contact us for free either by email or by phone. Send us a call back request for the time thats convenient for you, talk to an expert advisor now on 01582 437070 or complete our online claim form.