Hearing or Vision Loss
You may work in an industry where the chances of your experiencing hearing or vision loss are high. It could happen when you experience immediate trauma or cumulative trauma. In this case, there isn’t anything that you can do about the loss. However, just because your hearing or vision loss is irreversible doesn't mean that you shouldn't receive compensation benefits. Let Robert Ozeran Compensation Attorney help you file a claim that if you have experienced hearing loss or vision loss due to a work incident. Our attorneys have the skills needed to effectively assist you in winning your case.
Level of Hearing & Vision Loss
If you begin to experience hearing or vision loss, it may start gradually and then you may have to deal with permanent loss. If you have severe hearing loss or vision loss, this can lead to your inability to perform your job. Therefore, you could lose your job. You might not be able to communicate tasks to others or handle your daily responsibilities, due to your sudden impairment. This may not be due to anything that you have done yourself, it could be because of the work environment that they work in.
When someone suddenly begins to experience problems seeing and hearing this can be extremely frustrating. To add to their level of frustration, they are unable to effectively perform their job. This leads to emotional trauma, which can be unsafe for others on the job. They could harm themselves and others if they are traumatized and are unable to perform their duties with efficiency. They might begin to suffer depression, isolate themselves, and be fearful of things that they weren’t before they lost their vision or hearing. If this sounds like you then make sure you contact us at Robert Ozeran Compensation Attorney.
Workplace Hearing Loss
Hearing loss may result from being in an environment for too long with noisy equipment. Work-related illnesses cause loss of revenue, loss of production, penalties, and personal injury payouts. Too much exposure to loud sounds may be the beginning of your hearing loss. Long-term noise is the primary cause that someone may begin to lose their hearing in a work environment. A traumatic incident can also cause hearing problems. Even being exposed to certain chemicals can result in hearing loss. When you begin to experience hearing loss, contact us right away and let us determine which claim to file for you.
Why Hire Us!
We might be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against your employer if you have hearing loss due to a work-related injury. This is often one of the options that are available to our clients when they want to file a lawsuit to receive compensation for your pain and suffering because they are no longer capable of performing their job. Consult with us and allow us to help you determine which type of workers’ comp claim you should file. Work with us and win your case.