Deafness and hearing
Damage to the ear can be caused either externally through physical damage or internally (noise induced) which can significantly affect an individual’s hearing. Damage to an individual’s ears can have a significant impact on their everyday life which may take time for them to recover and adjust to.
If you or a loved one has suffered with ear damage or loss of hearing as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may have a claim for compensation.
It is possible to make a claim for:
- The physical injury
- Any psychological impact
- Any past and future loss of earnings
- Medical expenses
Our specialist personal injury solicitors understand the difficulties you will be going through if you have suffered with ear damage or loss of hearing. We will therefore seek to achieve the best possible outcome to award you with the compensation you deserve. We will handle all the necessary legal issues involved in making a claim for compensation so that you can focus on your recovery.
If you have suffered with ear damage or loss of hearing as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, contact our specialist personal injury department to discuss your options.
Why use a solicitor?
- Ear damage and loss of hearing claims can be complex and require the expertise of a solicitor.
- A solicitor can communicate and negotiate with all relevant parties.
- A solicitor can represent you in court if required.
Why Watson Woodhouse?
- Our specialist personal injury solicitors are experienced in making ear damage and loss of hearing claims.
- We will be empathetic and realistic with you.
- We will seek to achieve the best possible result to help with your recovery.