What kind of damages can I receive?
If you have lost your hearing because of a workplace accident, you are covered by workers’ compensation. The minute that you are aware of your hearing loss, you should report it to your supervisor. There is a statute of limitations with workers’ compensation cases, so it is essential to act fast.
In the past, some of our clients have received compensation for:
- Medical Bills
- Doctor’s fees
- Loss of wages
- Loss of potential income
Every case is different, so we don’t know what compensation you’re eligible to receive until you come into our office.
What are signs of hearing loss?
Hearing loss can be temporary or permanent, and there is no cure for permanent hearing loss. However, there are ways to alleviate the symptoms. You might be suffering from hearing loss if:
- You have temporary hearing loss when you leave your job
- You can’t listen to things at a low level
- You have ringing in your ears
- It’s difficult hearing people speak softly
How can a workers’ compensation attorney help me?
You might think that you don’t need a lawyer, but this is unrecommended. Even if your employer is helping you during your workers’ compensation claim, they aren’t on your side. Your company, their insurance, and their lawyers are only interested in their business.
You need legal representation that will fight for your rights. Don’t miss out on a proper settlement because you decide to handle your case on your own. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.