Tinnitus is a disorder that is most commonly caused by an accident involving head trauma or the detonation of an explosive near an individual. If not properly treated, tinnitus can lead to hearing loss. At the moment, the specific cause of tinnitus is not completely known. Those who are already hearing-impaired do not get tinnitus, while those who have normal hearing can. Therefore, many need tinnitus injury advice to learn their legal rights for pursuing a compensation claim.
Tinnitus is an annoying yet manageable disorder that can go away on its own in a few months or even years. However, if you learn how to cope with the affliction, you will not need to worry about it in the future, and it will just disappear naturally.
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Following a tinnitus-related injury, you must first go to a doctor for a diagnosis. In some instances, the affliction can be treated quickly and easily. Many remedies can first be attempted, including vitamin B12, magnesium, caffeine, ginkgo biloba and paracetamol. The next step may be to visit a solicitor, depending on how the tinnitus came about. If was due to an accident, a legal professional should be able to assist. If it is severe enough and has produced many expensive medical bills, you should mention this to them.
To deal with tinnitus, you can do one of two things: stop the noise from bothering you or learn to deal with the noise. If you are able to achieve one of these two these two things, the problem will eventually dissipate. It will still be noticeable but not so noticeable that it will affect your daily activities. It is extremely difficult to accomplish either of these two options without some type of therapeutic assistance.
In the article “Introduction to Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)” by Dr. Stephen M. Nagler, he states that TRT is not a cure for the disorder, it is a treatment designed to eradicate tinnitus from the patient’s life. This is one treatment option you may consider while we are working on your case.
Accident Advice Helpline can determine if you have grounds for a personal injury claim and provide an estimate of the amount of compensation you can expect if you are successful. The tinnitus injury advice you receive from us will help you decide whether or not you want to make a compensation claim against those responsible for causing your tinnitus. We have a team of highly-trained advisors who can answer any questions you may have about the process and connect you with one of our expert personal injury solicitors who can take the case to the next level. They work on a no-win, no-fee basis, so you have nothing to lose by contacting us.
To speak to one of our advisors you can call our free number, 0800 180 4123 from a land line phone. This number is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. On your mobile you can either dial 0333 500 0992 or text “claim365”to 88010.
Date Published: October 19, 2014
Author: David Brown