The Hearing Clinic has been fined £220,000 by the Claims Management Regulator (based at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ)) following complaints from members of the public who have received speculative calls about claims for noise induced hearing loss. The MoJ said that the firm has made “millions of nuisance calls” and, in addition to the fine, has received additional conditions including restrictions on calling numbers registered on the telephone preference service and using data from third-party companies. New figures also show that 105 claims firms have had their licences removed since 2014.