Hearing Loss


Have you sustained a work injury or been involved in an accident and now have hearing loss injury? Are you suffering from ringing, hissing, buzzing or roaring in your ears?  Do you suffer from pain in your ears, itching, or irritation? Is it getting harder for you to hear the radio, television, or even people talking?  If so, you may be suffering from hearing loss and you should seek medical attention immediately.

Today, many individuals work in loud environments that cause hearing loss over time. Hearing loss is a difficult, often permanent, injury that greatly affects your daily life.  If you believe you have suffered hearing loss as a result of your conditions at work, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation and other forms of monetary relief.

Visit our Workers’ Compensation page to learn what steps you need to take immediately to preserve your rights and to see a list of the various types of compensation that are available.  You may also be entitled to recovery beyond workers’ compensation, including disability benefits, unemployment, lost wages, compensation for emotional distress, and future medical expenses.

Even if your injury did not occur on the job, you may still be entitled to financial compensation if someone else is responsible for your injury. Our team of legal professionals can help you identify who is responsible and help you obtain financial compensation for their negligence.

We can help you get the proper medical attention and financial compensation you deserve.  We can recommend highly skilled, ethical medical professionals who will provide you with excellent care and develop a treatment plan that’s right for you.

Not a U.S. citizen? No problem! You don’t have to be a U.S. citizen to obtain workers’ compensation or seek other financial compensation for your injury.

Call us today, Toll Free at 1-800-300-6175 to schedule your free, no obligation consultation. Or email us.

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