Recent Cases

Sep 29, 2016

Noise Induced Hearing Loss Sufferer, Mr S, Wins Settlement of £7000.00 through WE Solicitors.

Mr S was exposed to excessive levels of noise, whilst working for Cammel Laird & Co Ltd for a number of years.  The company made large ships and vessels and Mr S started as an apprentice then was later employed as a plater in the factory and on the slipway.   He would have to work in confined spaces welding metal plates together and also worked alongside other tradesmen including boiler men and caulkers who were hammering assemblies together. He was exposed to excessive constant noise throughout his employment.

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Sep 28, 2016

Former Metal Worker from Prescot is Awarded £4750 for Noise Induced Hearing Loss

Mr P was exposed to excessive levels of noise, whilst working for a company called Applied Fusion based in Prescot Lancashire and was employed a metal fabricator. The company made ships vessels and large metal structures both in the workshop in Prescot and on site. He was employed as a Welder and fabricator in the factory. The claimant worked in confined spaces welding metal plates together and he was often exposed to excessive levels of noise throughout his apprenticeship and subsequent employment.

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Sep 7, 2016

Former Welder Receives £5,000 in Compensation for Hearing Loss.

Mr J was exposed to excessive levels of noise, whilst working for Cammel Laird & Co Ltd for a period of over 5 years. The company made large ships and vessels. He was employed as a Welder in the factory and on the slipway. The claimant worked in confined spaces welding metal plates together. He also worked alongside other tradesmen including boiler men and caulkers who were hammering assemblies together. He was exposed to excessive and constant noise throughout his employment.

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May 25, 2016

Noise induced hearing loss sufferer, Mr Carl Davies, wins settlement of £3000.00 through WE Solicitors.

Mr Carl Davies was exposed to excessive levels of noise, whilst working for steel industry for a period of over 5 years. Mr Carl Davies worked for British Steel Corporation, during his period of employment. He was employed as a Operative and exposed to the noise from the turbines, cooling towers, electrical pumps, bearings and compressors, for the duration of his shifts.

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