Ear injuries caused by car accidents can be the source of prolonged pain, and even result in permanent damage to your hearing. We can help if you need to find out more about claiming after Wyre road traffic accidents.
Upon impact, you may hit your head against a window or a headrest, or even on an activated airbag. Depending on the angle at which you make contact, you could very well sustain an injury to your ear. One type of ear injury that can occur after violent road traffic accidents is vestibular trauma, or damage to the inner ear.
This injury can result in a number of unpleasant symptoms, such as tinnitus, loss of spatial awareness, and nausea. It is also possible for road traffic accidents to result in ruptured membranes, bruising, bleeding, and other traumas to the ear.
Depending on the severity of these injuries, your hearing may be adversely affected. If you are living with permanent deafness or damaged hearing because of injuries sustained in a car accident, you may be entitled to receive compensation for those injuries with assistance from Accident Advice Helpline.
Our law firm was founded in 2000, and since then we have been helping victims of Wyre road traffic accidents to claim compensation for a wide range of injuries, including those affecting the ear. If someone else was responsible for the accident, and you can prove that you were in no way to blame, you could potentially receive thousands of pounds with our help.
We have a huge number of in-house expert solicitors who specialise in the field of personal injury, as well as a nationwide support team of claims advisers. We make it simple for you to understand your rights, determine how much you could receive, and get in touch with a solicitor who will fight for you to receive the full amount you are due in compensation.
How much is your claim worth? Talk to us about Wyre road traffic accidents today
An ear injury can make life incredibly difficult, compromising your hearing, which can in turn affect everything from your ability to work and earn income to your personal relationships.
Everyday tasks can become difficult, and you may struggle with a number of unpleasant side effects on top of this disruption. If you have to live with all of this because a negligent or irresponsible driver caused a collision, you have every right to be compensated for the pain you’ve been caused.
Find out just how much this could be by using our online claims calculator, a simple tool that will provide you with an estimate in just 30 seconds. You can also have a confidential conversation with one of our claims advisers, who will be happy to provide you with the information you need.
If you want to learn more about making a claim to receive compensation after suffering an injury, contact us today by calling 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 23rd August 2014
Author: David Brown