Introducing the new and improved Industrial Deafness Australia

By Matias Larrain

May 19, 2023


Same great service, fresh new look.

We’re thrilled to share that we’ve refreshed Industrial Deafness Australia (I.D.A) with fresh branding and an improved website.

For almost 20 years, our organisation has provided support and compensation to Australians suffering from hearing loss due to workplace exposure.

Our experience and expertise in this field have helped thousands of clients receive the care and compensation they deserve.

As we look towards the future, we recognise the importance of keeping up with the times.
That’s why we freshened up our brand to reflect their values better and continue serving our clients professionally and carefully.

Despite the changes, our unwavering commitment to fighting for our client’s rights remains unchanged.

Access Helpful Information about Industrial Deafness

Are you or someone you know experiencing hearing loss due to prolonged exposure to loud noise in the workplace?

Our revamped website offers helpful information about industrial deafness, including common causes, symptoms, and prevention strategies. 

You can also find resources and support for diagnosis, treatment options, and information on compensation available for industrial deafness.

The website is designed to provide comprehensive information to help you understand and manage your industrial deafness.

Intuitive Claims Process 

Filing a claim for industrial deafness can be daunting, but our new website makes it easy and hassle-free.

With our user-friendly interface, you can submit an enquiry so our lawyers can help you complete your claim.

Our dedicated legal specialists will guide you through the entire process, ensuring you receive the entitlements and care you deserve.

Whether you’re a current or former employee, our claims process is accessible to everyone.

Guided Steps for Claims Process in NSW, VIC and SA 

Each state has regulations and requirements for filing a claim for industrial deafness.

That’s why we have categorised our website pages to provide specific information for claim processes in New South Wales (NSW), Victoria (VIC), and South Australia (SA)

Our state-specific pages offer detailed information on the claim processes, including eligibility criteria, how to file a claim and entitlement eligibility.

By providing state-specific information, we aim to make the process easier and more accessible. Check out our state-specific pages today to learn more.

Free Online Hearing Test (Coming Soon!) 

At Industrial Deafness Australia, we’re committed to providing our clients with the best possible care and support.

That’s why we will offer a free online hearing test on our website. You can assess your hearing loss in just a few minutes without leaving your home.

The test is non-invasive and risk-free, and our expert legal team will use the results to determine if you have compensable hearing loss.

Once you’ve completed the test, a professional audiologist or E.N.T. specialist will assess your hearing to provide a detailed report that we’ll use in your claim.

Help Us Improve

Whether you have suggestions for improvement or want to share your positive experience with us, we’d love to hear from you.

Your feedback will help us continue to improve our services and make managing industrial deafness easier and more accessible for everyone.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us with your comments today.

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