Letter of claim for a noise-induced hearing loss claim against an employer
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Letter of claim for a noise-induced hearing loss claim against an employer

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  • Letter of claim for a noise-induced hearing loss claim against an employer

AddressYour Ref:
Our Ref:
Please ask for:
Date:
Telephone:
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Dear [insert organisation name]

Re: Claimant’s Full Name:

Claimant’s Full Address:

Claimant’s National Insurance No.:

Claimant’s Date of Birth:

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

We are instructed by our above named client to claim damages in connection with a claim for noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus, following his exposure to excessive levels of noise during the course of his employment with yourselves.

We are writing this letter in accordance with the Pre-Action Protocol for Disease and Illness Claims and the personal injury pre-action protocol.

Please confirm the identity of your insurers. Please note that your insurers will need to see this letter as soon as possible and it may affect your insurance cover if you do not send this to them. We attach a copy of this letter for you to provide to your insurers.

The background to this claim is that [Insert background to claim ie]

Our client was employed with yourselves between 1980 and 2012. Initially he was employed as an apprentice fitter. After completing his apprenticeship he qualified as a fitter and he remained in this occupation until he left employment with you in 2012.

Our client was employed at the premises owned and occupied by yourselves in Lovejoy Road, Swindon. His hours of work were 8.30 am to 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday. He had a mid-morning break of 20 minutes

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