Military Deafness Solicitors

Military Deafness Solicitors

If you are looking for a firm of Military Deafness Solicitors to help with a claim against the MoD, we can help you.

    We are specialist Military Deafness Solicitors

    Are you looking for a firm of Military Deafness Solicitors to help you with a claim against the MoD? Has your hearing been damaged due to exposure whilst in the military? Were you provided with ineffective or insufficient PPE? Are you unsure about how to proceed with a claim? If so, speak to our military deafness solicitors today who can advise you on a potential claim.

    We have over 20 years of experience in representing clients in complex and high value civil claims for compensation, including a range of military claims. The lawyers that work at Nigel Askew Solicitors have helped clients to recover millions of pounds in compensation against the MoD and are available today to help advise you on your potential claim.

    To speak with one of our specialist military deafness solicitors call us on 01507 609027 or submit an online enquiry form and one of the military deafness team will contact you to discuss your claim in more detail.

    Simple claims process

    We specialise in helping military personnel claim compensation for injuries and medical conditions caused during employment with the Ministry of Defence.

    Our team of solicitors can help you with a range of military claims, including:

    • Military deafness claims
    • Claims for non-freezing cold injuries
    • Claims for PTSD
    • Injuries sustained during training

    We aim to make the process of claiming compensation as straightforward as we can and offer free initial consultations to all our new military claim enquiries.

    Military deafness claims

    We have particular expertise in claims involving military deafness. Our Solicitors advise hundreds of military personnel every year relating to deafness and tinnitus claims.

    We offer all new military deafness enquiries a free initial phone consultation, during which we will build a picture of your potential claim.

    During our initial phone consultation, our military deafness solicitors will ask you a number of questions about your military career, your exposure to noise and the types of hearing protection you were offered. We will also talk to you about your deafness and how it has impacted on your career and whether you have been discharged as a result.

    To enable us to advise you on the prospects of your claim we will need to review your military medical records, so please tell us if you have these to hand otherwise we will write to the MoD on your behalf to obtain them.

    We need to review your military medical records so we are confident that your claim will succeed and not fall outside the 3 year claim limitation period.

    What does limitation mean?

    The law in England & Wales states that a compensation claim can be made within 3 years from the date of an accident or 3 years from the date a client first linked their deafness symptoms with their work.

    This 3 year claim period is also commonly referred to as the “limitation period”.

    It does not matter if you were exposed to noise more than 3 years ago; many of our clients were first exposed to noise 10 or 15 years ago, the important thing is that you have started a claim less than 3 years after you were first told that your hearing difficulties may have been caused by your work.

    If you are unsure if you can claim, we recommend you call us now on 01507 609027 and speak to our military deafness solicitors, who can offer you the highest standard of legal advice.

    How much can I claim?

    This is one of the most common questions that we are asked and unfortunately it is difficult for us to give a definite answer due to the fact every claim is different.

    We have helped military clients claim over £600,000 in deafness claims against the MoD, but much depends on the severity of your hearing loss, whether you have been medically discharged and whether your ability to earn money in civilian life has been affected due to your deafness.

    To discuss your potential claim, call Nigel Askew Solicitors today on 01507 609027.

    Will my deafness claim be a “No Win No Fee”?

    Yes, we use No Win No Fee agreements (also known as Conditional Fee Agreements) to fund all of our military claims, including military deafness claims.

    How much does a No Win No Fee cost?

    We do not require you to make any upfront payments to start your claim.

    If we believe your potential claim has a good chance of succeeding then we will ask you to enter into a No Win No Fee Agreement with us, so we can represent you in your claim.

    The nature of these agreements means that law firms take all the financial risk and not the client.  If a claim fails, the law firm is not paid and the client does not have to pay any solicitor’s fees for their time.  For taking this risk, all law firms in England & Wales agree with a client that they will be paid a percentage of the final compensation award. This is payable at the end of a claim and deducted from the compensation won on your behalf.

    Law firm’s basic fees are mostly paid by the Ministry of Defence.

    To speak to our expert military deafness claim solicitors, contact us now.

    Contact our military deafness solicitors now

    If your hearing has been damaged due to your exposure to noise and not being provided with sufficient hearing protection then we can advise you on a claim.

    There are very strict time limits in place when claiming against the MoD so we urge you to contact us today by calling 01507 609027.

    The solicitors at Nigel Askew have many years of experience in advising members of the Armed Forces relating to deafness claims and are available now for your initial phone consultation.

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