How Much Compensation for Tinnitus?

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How much compensation for tinnitus?

How Much Compensation for Tinnitus ( much compensation for tinnitus?’ is a question we get asked a lot, which is why we have got our tinnitus experts to write a free guide for anyone who wants to benefit from our 30 years’ experience in successfully handing tinnitus claims.

Tinnitus is an illness that results in you feeling like you have constantly got ringing in your ears. It can affect you in either ear or both ears and is commonly described as a ringing noise, although the specific noise can be describes different depending on the individual.

Many people that suffer from tinnitus also suffer from another form of hearing loss. There are two different types of tinnitus; objective tinnitus is caused from muscle spasms that cause clicks or crackling around the middle ear and subjective tinnitus is commonly a result of the same causes of hearing loss.

The most common cause of tinnitus is noise induced hearing loss, which can be contracted through being exposed to loud noises in the working environment and not being provided with the required protective equipment.

If this is the cause you may be able to make a claim against your employer and be compensated for your suffering.

In our free tinnitus compensation guide we will give you all the answers you need to find out what steps to take next when making a tinnitus claim.

Just sign up below for instant access – it could make you a lot more money.

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Written by Wai

Wai Yi is our joint Managing Director. She joined the firm originally as an articled clerk to the founder, Keith Beardsell and qualified as a solicitor in 1989. She became an equity partner in 1997, and upon the creation of Beardsells LLP in 2011, she became joint Managing Director. You can follow Wai Yi on Google+.

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