Military Hearing Loss Claim. If you have suffered hearing loss as a result of a failure to provide appropriate protective equipment while serving in Armed Forces then you may be entitled to compensation. Often hearing loss will result in medical discharge which in turn results in significant financial losses.
Please contact our specialist lawyers who can help you to pursue compensation for hearing loss and tinnitus (ringing in the ears) if you have been diagnosed with noise-induced hearing loss and the MOD has failed to provide you with suitable hearing protection.
When to bring your military hearing loss claim.
There are strict time limits for bringing personal injury claims; sufferers only have three years from the date of diagnosis to pursue a compensation claim.
The courts do have the discretion to extend this period but only in exceptional circumstances.
You can bring a claim while still serving. We would recommend that you seek legal advice as soon as possible. Starting your claim as soon as possible gives you the best chance of success.
What you can claim
As well as your physical injuries we will seek compensation for any mental trauma you may have sustained as a result of the incident. In addition, we will seek compensation for any treatment or rehabilitation you may need due to the injuries sustained.
You may find your career has been compromised or even ended as a result of the injuries. In such an instance, we would recover past as well as future lost income.
Start your military hearing loss claim today
For a full assessment and overview of your claim get in touch with us today.
- Call Diane Davison on 0113 224 7837
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your claim can be dealt with under a conditional fee agreement. This means that your claim is not successful then, subject to compliance with our terms and conditions, you will not have to pay for the work we have done on your behalf.