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Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) refers to several hearing conditions, including acoustic shock syndrome, tinnitus and occupational deafness.

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Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) claims

Industrial disease compensation claims

Exposure to noise at work remains one of the biggest causes of adult-onset deafness.

NIHL can make it very challenging to communicate and engage in daily activities.

According to the HSE, more than 18,000 people have suffered noise-induced hearing loss as a result of their work environment.

Hundreds of new claims for NIHL are made each year, accounting for nearly three-quarters of all industrial disease compensation claims made against employers.

Anyone who has suffered noise-induced hearing loss as a result of their work may be able to claim compensation.

If you have experienced noise-induced hearing loss as a result of your work environment, or from another person's negligence, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

With Quittance Legal Services, your road accident compensation claim will be handled by a highly-experienced solicitor with an excellent track record of winning compensation for claimants with NIHL.

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