Industrial Hearing Loss Compensation is Now Available

Simple, Hassle-Free Assistance

With 30 years of experience since 1994, we’ve perfected a process that’s straightforward and stress-free. As soon as we get the hearing test results, we can start the process and handle the rest for you.

A Track Record of Success

We’ve helped thousands of hardworking Aussies just like you secure significant cash compensation for hearing loss. In fact, people we’ve helped have enjoyed an average payout of $19,039 in 2022 alone. Trust us to get the results you deserve. 

No Risk

We operate on a no win, no fee basis, meaning there’s no financial risk to you. And if you’re not eligible there are no costs whatsoever.

From The Comfort of Your Home

Whеthеr you’rе still working on thе tools or еnjoying rеtirеmеnt, it doеsn’t mattеr. Start improving your life today. Click to check your eligibility. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Industrial deafness is a work-related hearing loss condition that progresses over an extended period of time, sometimes years. It often remains undiagnosed until many years after exposure, particularly as people age.
Industrial deafness, also known as occupational hearing loss, is caused by prolonged exposure to loud work environments without adequate hearing protection equipment.
An estimated 37% of all hearing loss in Australia is due to exposure to excessive levels of noise.
The average claim payout by IHS in Australia in 2022 was $19,039*
Industries where workers often develop industrial deafness include construction, manufacturing, mining, agriculture and transport. Workers in these industries are regularly exposed to noise 85dB or louder and are therefore more at risk of noise-induced hearing loss.
Untreated hearing loss can lead to decreased quality of life from constantly asking people to speak louder or repeat themselves, to not being able to hear the TV or radio. It is a progressive condition that, left untreated, can contribute to early onset dementia, depression, accidents, and relationship breakdown.

We need to gather some details from you, such as the specific job and dates of your last employment in a noisy environment. We specialise in assessing industrial deafness, and we can arrange a free hearing test to determine if you meet the criteria for an industrial deafness claim. Please note that certain (high frequency) hearing loss is exclusively caused by specific high-pitched noise exposure, such as a jack hammer, buzz-saw, welder etc.

The initial step is to chat with one of our friendly IHS consultants who will provide a comprehensive explanation of the process.

The compensation amount depends on several factors such as the extent of noise-induced hearing loss you’ve experienced, the duration of your last employment, and the specific requirements governing industrial deafness claims. The entitlements also vary by state.

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. 

Have a Question We Haven't Answered?

Contact us and we will be happy to help.

Why Aussies Choose IHS?
Real Stories of Success

Ready To Get Started?

Click ‘Check Eligibility’ below and fill in our form to find out if you qualify for compensation and hearing aids with no out-of-pocket costs. 

Industrial Hearing Loss Compensation is Now Available

Simple, Hassle-Free Assistance
A Track Record of Success

With 30 years of experience since 1994, we’ve perfected a process that’s straightforward and stress-free. As soon as we get the hearing test results, we can start the process and handle the rest for you.

We’ve helped thousands of hardworking Aussies just like you secure significant cash compensation for hearing loss. In fact, people we’ve helped have enjoyed an average payout of $19,039 in 2022 alone. Trust us to get the results you deserve. 

No Risk
From The Comfort of Your Home

We operate on a no out-of-pocket cost basis, meaning there’s no financial risk to you. You only pay if your claim is successful, and if you’re not eligible, there are no costs whatsoever.

Whеthеr you’rе still working on thе tools or еnjoying rеtirеmеnt, it doеsn’t mattеr. Start improving your life today. Click to check your eligibility. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Industrial deafness is a work-related hearing loss condition that progresses over an extended period of time, sometimes years. It often remains undiagnosed until many years after exposure, particularly as people age.
Industrial deafness, also known as occupational hearing loss, is caused by prolonged exposure to loud work environments without adequate hearing protection equipment.
An estimated 37% of all hearing loss in Australia is due to exposure to excessive levels of noise.
The average claim payout by IHS in Australia in 2022 was $19,039*
Industries where workers often develop industrial deafness include construction, manufacturing, mining, agriculture and transport. Workers in these industries are regularly exposed to noise 85dB or louder and are therefore more at risk of noise-induced hearing loss.
Untreated hearing loss can lead to decreased quality of life from constantly asking people to speak louder or repeat themselves, to not being able to hear the TV or radio. It is a progressive condition that, left untreated, can contribute to early onset dementia, depression, accidents, and relationship breakdown.

We need to gather some details from you, such as the specific job and dates of your last employment in a noisy environment. We specialise in assessing industrial deafness, and we can arrange a free hearing test to determine if you meet the criteria for an industrial deafness claim. Please note that certain (high frequency) hearing loss is exclusively caused by specific high-pitched noise exposure, such as a jack hammer, buzz-saw, welder etc.

The initial step is to chat with one of our friendly IHS consultants who will provide a comprehensive explanation of the process.

The compensation amount depends on several factors such as the extent of noise-induced hearing loss you’ve experienced, the duration of your last employment, and the specific requirements governing industrial deafness claims. The entitlements also vary by state.

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. 

Have a Question We Haven't Answered?

Contact us and we will be happy to help.

Why Aussies Choose IHS?
Real Stories of Success

Ready To Get Started?

Click ‘Check Eligibility’ below and fill in our form to find out if you qualify for compensation and hearing aids with no out-of-pocket costs.