Loss of Hearing

Scranton Accident and Injury Lawyer

Ear Injury & Loss of Hearing Attorney Servicing Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and Stroudsburg

The loss of hearing may develop due to a genetic disorder or may arise due to illness or as the result of an accident. Exposure to extremely loud sounds or an injury that punctures the eardrum may result in the partial or total loss of hearing in one or both ears.

If you or a loved one has developed hearing problems following a medical treatment or accident, it is important that you consult a physician as soon as possible. It is also helpful to contact a personal injury attorney in your area. Your physician can help pinpoint what may have caused your loss of hearing, and an attorney can take legal action if this injury was caused because of another person’s negligence, recklessness or wrongdoing. If your attorney is successful in filing your claim or lawsuit, you may be able to recover financial compensation that will pay for your medical care, future medical treatments, lost wages, loss of earning potential, and emotional trauma.

In addition to the immediate medical costs that may be related to the loss of hearing, an injury victim of this kind may have difficulty performing normal tasks. Returning to work may be almost impossible, and the victim is likely to suffer psychological side effects due to issues with communication and adapting to a new way of life.

Consult a Scranton Loss of Hearing Attorney

Pennsylvania personal injury law offers victims legal recourse when another person’s actions have caused their loss of hearing or deafness. Before you decide to take legal action, it is important that you consult a lawyer experienced with these types of cases in particular. It will be necessary to prove what action or inaction caused the injury in order to hold the responsible party liable.

Contact The Rogan Law Firm today to discuss your case with an experienced injury lawyer.