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You May Be Able To Receive Compensation for Your Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a debilitating, isolating, and disorientating injury that can have devastating impacts on your general livelihood and standard of living. Sometimes, hearing loss occurs as a natural consequence of the aging process, but in other instances, someone else's negligence may be the reason for your impairment.

Being a victim of hearing loss can be frustrating for yourself and those around you. There are ways to mitigate the harrowing effects of such an impairment, but they can come at a great cost to you or your loved ones. Additionally, if you need extra assistance, such as hearing aids or therapeutic services, which are also costly, you may be able to receive compensation for those things if your impairment was caused by someone else's carelessness.

If you are subjected to hearing loss because of another individual’s actions, then you may be able to make a claim and be compensated for the damages. A Phoenix personal injury lawyer from The Husband & Wife Law team can assist your case and can help to guide you through the steps required in order to make a successful claim.

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What Are the Common Causes of Hearing Loss?

Some people are genetically predisposed to suffer from hearing loss and have experience with family members and loved ones suffering from it. In cases such as this, there are usually no environmental or external factors, such as someone else's negligence, which contributed to the impairment, and therefore you cannot make a negligence claim.

However, there are other cases whereby individuals experience hearing loss as a result of another person's negligence. This can take place through medical negligence during work on your brain or ears, or work accidents, car accidents, or any other physical damage to the head that results in hearing issues.

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Types of Hearing Loss

According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), there are three kinds of hearing loss: conductive hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss, and mixed hearing loss.

Depending on the details of your injury, you could be suffering from one of these forms of hearing loss as a result. If you are suffering from impaired hearing, it is important to visit a doctor or hearing specialist in order to decipher the appropriate treatment.

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Who Can Be Held Accountable if Hearing Loss Was Caused by Negligence?

Not all cases of hearing loss are going to be the same and there are many different ways that someone can cause you to become partially or completely deaf.

In order to prove negligence, you and your lawyer will need to be able to establish that an individual or a company's actions caused your injury as a result of them breaching their legal duty.

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Get Compensation

The Husband & Wife Law Team can help you in the pursuit of your claim to assess whether you will be able to receive full compensation as a result of your personal injury.

Again, because there is variation among negligence cases, your lawyer needs to evaluate your prospects of success based on your specific circumstances. In doing so, you are likely to be required to supply the relevant medical bills, medical assessments, details of the accident and cause of injury to prove your case.

The Husband & Wife Law Team can offer their expertise and knowledge on your case to advise you on the steps you may need to take in order to receive compensation for your loss.

Contact the team at (602) 457-6222.

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