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Tinnitus can be a life-changing condition (Tinnitus | NHS inform). The symptoms include hearing constant noise, which can include:

  • Ringing.
  • Buzzing.
  • Whistling.
  • Hissing.

However your tinnitus manifests, you can make a tinnitus compensation claim if it is caused by an accident or injury.

Common causes of tinnitus include:

  • Injury to the inner ear.
  • Damage to blood vessels near the ear.
  • Exposure to prolonged loud noises.

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For example, if your employer didn’t provide ear protectors when working near loud machinery for long periods of time, you could be able to make tinnitus claims.

Claiming tinnitus compensation

Like any personal injury claim, claiming tinnitus compensation starts with one of our team taking your statement.

This helps us to establish exactly what happened and how your tinnitus has affected your life. The constant ringing can cause many other issues such as:

  • Hearing issues.
  • Depression.
  • Reduced ability to work.

We will then investigate the claim. This can involve obtaining medical records and witness statements. If your tinnitus is caused by work issues, witnesses would likely be co-workers. As they may be experiencing similar issues, this would strengthen your case.

Most claims for tinnitus compensation are settled out of court. If court action is required, our team will continue to support you as we represent you in court.

Personal injury claims

At Jones Whyte, our solicitors handle all sorts of personal injury claims. These can range from minor slips to life-changing accidents.

Some of the claims our team have handled include:

If you have been injured in any way and it wasn’t your fault, you may be able to make a personal injury claim.

Contact our dedicated team of personal injury lawyers today.

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