Loss of hearing or deafness may result from an accident or physical trauma, as well as from medical malpractice or a defective drug. At Pacific Attorney Group, our experienced injury lawyers represent individuals throughout the greater Los Angeles area in claims and lawsuits involving hearing loss, including any type of accident or other incident that stems from negligence, malpractice or intentional wrongdoing. For a free consultation regarding your particular case, please take a moment to contact a Los Angeles injury lawyer as soon as possible.
Hearing loss can lead to a number of difficulties for the victim, depending on the extent of damage. A person who cannot hear at all may have to undergo occupational therapy and receive other help in order to be able to perform day-to-day activities or return to work. Losing one’s hearing entirely will change one’s life forever. That is why it is of the utmost importance to ensure you have the greatest opportunity of recovering maximum financial compensation after any incident that leads to a partial or total loss of hearing – as you will need all the help you can get in rebuilding and recovering.
Hearing loss is most commonly caused by old age or genetic disorders. However, an accident resulting in brain damage may also cause deafness, as may injury to the ears or ear drums. Severe head trauma may cause brain injury that results in the victim being unable to hear, an extremely loud noise may case a temporary or permanent loss of hearing, or an injury that punctures the eardrum may result in hearing loss. No matter your particular accident or the extent of hearing loss that you or a loved one may have experienced, it is important to consider your legal options. Our firm represents accident and injury victims suffering from deafness and we’re here to help you.
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