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Limitation in noise-induced hearing loss claimsLimitation is almost always an issue in noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) claims.The typical claimant...
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Produced in partnership with Sue Brown 31st Jul
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Noise-induced hearing loss claims—summary of changes in the law since 1963There have been a number of developments in the law relating to noise...
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Noise-induced hearing loss—understanding audiogramsAn audiogram is a graph showing the sounds a person can hear and is used in noise-induced hearing...
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Guidelines on the diagnosis and quantification of NIHLThe primary resource used by medicolegal experts and the courts in the diagnosis of...
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Noise-induced hearing loss—GlossaryAir conduction (AC)The transmission of sound through the outer and middle ear to the inner ear. The standard...
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Noise-induced hearing loss—assessment of damagesNoise-induced hearing loss is referred to as NIHL in this Practice Note.General damagesThe factors...
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