Do you have hearing problems due to the negligence of someone else?
Our hearing is very precious and unfortunately accidents may take place that cause you to lose your hearing or for it to become damaged and you to lose some hearing. There are many reasons as to why you may end up suffering from hearing issues. Working with loud machinery without the use of protective hearing aids or even through being involved in a road traffic accident you can lose your hearing due to serious head injuries.
Regardless of how you have unfortunately ended up suffering from hearing issues, the side effects can also be very detrimental to your overall health. Tinnitus (buzzing in the ears) is one of the most common side effects to a hearing problem. Dizziness, vertigo and sore heads are also very common in those who are suffering from hearing issues. Ensure that if you are suffering from these you document them as they may act as evidence when you come to claim.
Damaged hearing due to working in a loud environment
If you work in an environment such as a warehouse or factory where you are surrounded by loud machinery or equipment, it’s essential that you wear protective hearing so that your ears are not damaged in any way. If you don’t have access to hearing aids because your employer hasn’t provided you with them and then you become deaf or suffer from hearing issues, you can start a compensation claim through our solicitors in Market Drayton by calling Accident Advice Helpline directly.
Depending on the severity of your injury, your pay out could be a couple of thousand or even tens of thousands. Once you have received your no win no fee pay out, you may want to use your compensation to help your hearing.
This means that you could receive specialist help and medical treatment so that you have the best road to recovery. There are hundreds of different treatments out there that can help you with lost or damaged hearing issues. In the long run, you may require a hearing aid or medication, so it’s essential that you are seen to by your doctor so that you can obtain medical evidence when making a claim through our solicitors.
Start your solicitors in Market Drayton claim today
If you are confident that you can prove your hearing issues are due to the fault of someone else and took place within the past three years you should contact us so that we can help you in your claim for compensation.
Call us, free, on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile) to speak to a member of the friendly and professional team about your claim. We can arrange for someone to call you back if you would prefer. All you need to do is text ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010 and we’ll be in touch to discuss your claim for loss of hearing.
Date Published: 29th May 2015
Author: David Brown