We solicitors llp has successfully represented a client who worked at the GEC Lower Millhouse Lane factory, Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire, for industrial deafness (or noise induced hearing loss).
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Mr. R of Billinghay, Lincoln was a former Engineering Fitter for Siemens (previously known as Ruston & Hornsby Limited, EE Diesels Limited, Ruston Gas Turbines Limited, European Gas Turbine Company Limited and Alstom Power UK Limited) from 1961 to 2000. He is now 65 years old and suffers with hearing loss, which was caused by excessive noise at work.
Mrs. J of Cimla, Neath, was a former machine operator for the Metal Box Company Limited, from 1965 to 1969. She is now 66 years old and suffers with hearing loss, which was caused by exposure to excessive noise at work.
WE Solicitors managed to obtain £3,500 for Mr John Botterill from Oldham. Mr Botterill was employed by Osram (GEC) Limited from approximately 1976 until 1999 working at various sites including Osram Wembley, Osram France and Osram Shaw. Mr Botterill was employed initially as an Apprentice and later worked as a Fitter, Group Production Engineer, Senior Group Production Engineer and Regular.
WE Solicitors managed to obtain £3,000 compensation for Ms Jane Bottomley from Heywood. Ms Bottomley was employed by Mutual Mills, which later became know as Lister Yarns, from approximately 1987 to 2002. During the first three years of her employment she was employed as a Machine Operator where she was subjected to excessive noise from the winding machines that she operated.