Personalinjuriesclaim specialise in helping people to claim compensation in the event of suffering personal injury, encompassing illness or impairment suffered in warehouses, factories, manufacturing plants and construction sites amongst others.
We have secured compensation for all types of industrial accidents. Even if you cannot find specific information relating to your injury, we may still be able to help you with your claim. Simply give us a no-obligation call on 01 234 0044 to find out in seconds if we can assist you.
Yes, you can make an industrial injury claim.
Irish law states that all employers owe a duty of care to their employees. Businesses are required to be fully aware of any circumstances which may cause harm or injury to an employee. Failure to undertake risk assessments or provide the relevant safety training and protective equipment is a breach of regulations. If you have suffered an injury due to negligence in the workplace, you may be entitled to make an industrial accident claim for compensation. Examples of negligence include:
• Exposure to asbestos or other harmful compounds.
• Noise-induced loss of hearing from operating industrial machinery.
• Vibration White Finger.
• Tripping over incorrectly stored items.
• Slipping on inadequately signed risk areas.
Most claims as a result of an industrial accident can be made within three years of injury being sustained, with exceptions for conditions such as vibration white finger, asbestosis and mesothelioma. Symptoms for these kinds of illness can take months or even years to appear following exposure to dangerous substances or working practices.
If you believe you may be eligible to make an industrial injury claim as a result of an industrial accident, contact Personalinjuriesclaim right away.
We work on a 100% no win-no fee basis, and our expert Irish solicitors are on hand to guide you step-by-step through the injury compensation claim process.
If you have been forced to give up your job, or suffer from ill health or permanent injury due to a work related accident, an industrial injury claim can help you to rebuild your life and afford the medical treatment you need.
One of the main areas that people are injured in industrial accidents is via hearing loss.
Industrial hearing loss, also known as occupational deafness or noise-induced hearing loss, can affect employees engaged in many different industries, but the most common occurrences are in heavier industries. Employees of the shipbuilding, mining, manufacturing, engineering, energy and water supply industries are the most at risk, but others outside these sectors should not think that industrial hearing loss can't happen to them.
Environmental noise is measured using decibel A-weighting (dBA). A typical conversation can reach as high as about 60dBA, and probably won't do anyone any harm in the long term. However, when noise levels reach 80dBA, that's when problems can begin to occur. Regular exposure to noise levels of 80dBA and upwards can eventually lead to industrial deafness. Sudden noises as loud as 140dBA can cause immediate and even permanent damage to unprotected ears.
Employers who place workers in noisy environments are therefore obliged to be aware of exactly how noisy the place is, and take steps to protect employees' hearing. For any noise levels of 80dBA and over, the employer must supply ear protection. If you feel you have suffered hearing loss because of inadequate noise protection measures, then legally you could be in a position to take action and get compensation.
If you need advice about making a claim - call us for free on 01 234 0044 .
It's possible that if you have worked in a noisy environment, you may have encountered bouts of temporary hearing loss. You may have ended up with tinnitus, which causes great discomfort and disruption in one's life. But in many cases, permanent hearing loss can come about very gradually, and you may not be aware of the damage being done to your ears. It's very important that you know where you stand legally if you find that you have suffered occupational hearing loss as a result of a noisy environment and inadequate protection. Our lawyers have years of experience dealing with industrial hearing loss cases, and can offer you legal services on a no win no fee basis.
Hearing loss can have such a large impact on your life. Don't let an employers negligence go unchecked. Contact us today.
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If you would like to discuss making a personal injury claim please contact us to discuss further by calling our phone number: 01 234 0044 .
We will be happy to discuss a no win no fee solicitors aggrement you. We will discuss your claim and provide you with advice and an initial opinion regarding your injury, from personal injuries assessment board to issuing proceedings in a case.
We pride ourselves in knowing that our clients are always fully informed and advised of all aspects of their case from the beginning when they first speak to us regarding an injury such as accident at work, special damages, traumatic experience that goes for long term consequences etc.
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