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Understand industrial deafness entitlements by state.
Simplifying the testing and claim process.
Workers’ compensation laws differ by state. We are well familiar with specific regulations regarding compensation for hearing loss. Please contact us to see if we operate in your state.
Worked in a noisy job for over 20 years?
Have you worked in trucking, construction, manufacturing or
engineering for many years?
Someone who has worked in a noisy job for over 20 years is highly likely to be suffering from industrial hearing loss (industrial deafness).
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Do I Qualify?
How do I know if I qualify?
This is something we’ll find out for you once we know a few details about the job you were doing and your hearing loss symptoms. We’ll arrange a free hearing test that will look at whether the damage relates to loud noise exposure while you were at work.
What if I’ve only lost a little hearing?
The first step is to take our free online hearing test and then chat to one of our friendly agents who will explain everything.
How much compensation could I receive?
This depends on a few things like how much noise induced hearing loss you’ve suffered, when you last worked and for how long. The entitlements also vary in different states.
Do I have to pay a big fee to Hear My Claim?
No, you’ll never have to pay us a cent! All of our services are completely free, whatever the outcome.
But what about if my claim isn’t successful?
There still won’t be any money to pay to us or anyone else. It’s completely risk-free.
How can I prove that I have industrial hearing loss?
You won’t have to worry about proving anything – that’s where we come in! We will arrange a free hearing test to determine whether you have industrial deafness.
Some high frequency hearing damage can only be caused by specific, high-pitch noises like a jack hammer, buzzsaw or welder.
What if I retired from work years ago?
That needn’t be a problem. In fact, many people Hear My Claim help are retired and still entitled to make a claim. So, even if you left the job that caused your hearing loss several years ago, you may still be entitled to workplace hearing loss compensation.
OK, but this all seems too good to be true!
That’s something we hear a lot, but we promise you it’s true! Health authorities now recognize there are over 22 million Americans with hearing impairment due to workplace noise.
Hear My Claim’s experts know exactly how to assess if you may qualify to receive entitlements for your workplace hearing loss injury.
My former employer went out of business years ago. Does that mean I can’t claim?
No, it makes no difference – your claim is made on the insurance provider, not the company, so you still may be able to get compensation for the noise damage you’ve suffered.
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