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Noise induced hearing loss

Well the RN has admitted guilt,I have had two offers of compensation,which have been rejected as I would lose 25% of it through costs to my solicitors,they are therefore gunning for the full amount and their costs. A waste of tax payers money, if they had just admitted it back in 2008, given me a lump sum or WP and I would have been happy. I suppose that's what happens when you annoy a grumpy old matelot
 
Well the RN has admitted guilt,I have had two offers of compensation,which have been rejected as I would lose 25% of it through costs to my solicitors,they are therefore gunning for the full amount and their costs. A waste of tax payers money, if they had just admitted it back in 2008, given me a lump sum or WP and I would have been happy. I suppose that's what happens when you annoy a grumpy old matelot
Hope that's all backdated to original claim.
 
MOD admitted liability....... then said it's not because of my army service, I said I know,that's why medical records say noise induced hearing loss from service in diesel electric submarines in the RN. My MP is now chasing this up with the MOD.
 
Closet PONGO
I was a Pongo 1985 to 1986. However on joining my hearing was perfect, otherwise I would not have been able to join. The hearing loss I have from service on diesel electric submarines,means I couldn't have joined up,ie I would have failed the medical.
 

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