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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Ear injury claims

    How to claim burst ear drum compensation

    ContentsHow serious is a burst ear drum?What are your employer’s responsibilities?How long does a burst ear drum take to heal?Am I likely to suffer from tinnitus after a burst eardrum?Claiming burst ear drum compensationProving employer negligenceContact us to find out moreThe eardrum, or tympanic membrane, is a thin layer of tissue which separates the middle….

    Ear injury claims

    If you were asked about the possibility of claiming compensation for a bodily injury, you might think of broken bones, soft tissue injuries, and other injuries caused to specific parts of the body. But would you think of ear injury claims? Possibly not, and yet you will soon know how you could develop an ear….

    The long term effects of an ear injury

    When you have suffered an ear injury that was not your own fault, you may feel upset that you are the one left to deal with all of the effects. You have every right to feel this way. The long term effects of an ear injury can be difficult to cope with, especially at first…..

    Claiming for an ear injury

    Do you feel that you have an ear injury that was not your fault? Do you suspect that your employer was to blame? If this is the case, you may be able to start a personal injury claim to get some compensation to help you cope. However, a personal injury claim for hearing loss is….

    Treating an ear injury

    When you think that you have suffered an ear injury because you worked in a noisy work place it can be a very distressing time. You will worry about the impact that your loss of hearing will have on your home life and on your ability to work. You may also be very interested to….

    The symptoms of an ear injury

    When you have suffered an ear injury because you have been exposed to loud noises in work you may be worried about what the future holds. This is understandable because the potential loss of hearing is a very serious matter. You may be concerned about how you will be able to continue working and what….

    How you could develop an ear injury

    Have you noticed that your hearing is not as good as it once was? Are you struggling to hear people talking to you in a crowded room or have you started to experience a constant buzzing noise? All of these could be a sign of an ear injury and it is important that you get….

    The cost of claiming for an ear injury

    There are many things that could put you off making a personal injury claim for your hearing loss but the cost of claiming for an ear injury should not be one of them. These days there is no need for claimants to worry about the financial aspects of a personal injury claim at all. When….

    Ear injury

    If you work with very loud machinery, or in any sort of environment where the noise levels are high, you may be wondering how you could develop an ear injury and you may even be concerned about your own hearing. You may have started to have concerns because you feel that you are developing the….

    Compensation for an ear bite

    ContentsHow could an ear bite happen?Can police dogs pose a threat?Compensation for an ear bite by a personHow damaging can an ear bite be?Would you like to know more about claiming compensation?When we think about claiming compensation for a personal injury, we usually think about things like road traffic accidents, a back injury from lifting….

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