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Loss of Hearing Claims in Pennsylvania
Seasoned Harrisburg Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Catastrophic accidents can result in serious injuries, including hearing loss. If you or a loved one has lost their hearing due to soft tissue or nerve damage caused by someone else's negligence, the Harrisburg personal injury attorneys at Metzger Wickersham are ready to take a stand for justice.
Hearing loss can result in extensive medical bills, loss of wages, loss of earning potential, emotional distress, and loss of quality of life. When you put Metzger Wickersham on your side, you can get the experienced advocacy you need to pursue the just compensation you are owed for your hearing loss. Contact us today to get started with a complimentary, risk-free consultation with a highly qualified attorney.
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Our Pennsylvania catastrophic injury lawyers are committed to providing the legal representation injury victims need to restore their physical, emotional, and financial well-being as best as possible. While nothing can undo what you have endured, taking legal action can ensure that you have the financial resources you need for your continued care.
Request a free consultation by calling our firm at (888) 286-2850.
Types of Hearing Loss
Depending on the type of hearing loss you are suffering from, you may be able to recover greater compensation. Metzger Wickersham can assess your case and help you fight for the justice you deserve.
If you are suffering from the following, call our firm:
- Total, permanent loss - This means that you will suffer total hearing loss in both ears, causing deafness
- Partial loss - This could include hearing loss to one ear or only part of your body's hearing
- Temporary loss - Hearing may come back in full over time or be only slightly damaged
Even if you only suffered temporary hearing loss, you could potentially recover compensation for taking time off work or getting special medical treatment to help you deal with this temporary hearing loss. Our Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys can determine who was at fault for your hearing loss and fight to hold them accountable for their negligence. We may be able to help you recover compensation for pain and suffering, loss of employment, loss of earning capacity, and various other damages related to your case.
Don't delay in getting the proven representation you need. Call our injury attorneys in Harrisburg today: (888) 286-2850.