Maryland Hearing Loss Attorneys
Convenient Offices in Bowie, Frederick, Lexington Park, Prince Frederick & Waldorf
Hearing loss affects millions of people in Maryland and throughout the United States. While this damage can range from minor to severe, its effects can be felt in every aspect of life. If you struggle with hearing loss and tinnitus, you may be currently facing difficulties in both your career and personal life that many others may not understand.
But while you may understand your hearing difficulties, do you know who or what caused your injury? It may not be so obvious.
At Alpert Schreyer Poe, LLC, we understand how great of an effect hearing problems can have on your life. We are prepared to determine who caused your sensory damage and hold him or her financially responsible for the losses you have suffered.
What Caused My Tinnitus?
There are many different reasons why you may have partially or completely lost your hearing. These types of injuries can occur from one major incident or over the course of many years due to repeated exposure to dangers. In either case, it is possible that a person or an organization may have caused your tinnitus due to reckless or negligent actions.
- Exposure to loud noises
- Ototoxicity from certain medications
- Ear infection
- Mercury or lead poisoning
- Head trauma
- Multiple sclerosis
- Metabolic disorder
With so many different causes behind hearing loss, it may not be readily apparent who or what caused your injury. Determining which of these causes are behind your hearing loss takes time and investigation, but a skilled attorney can examine evidence while you focus on healing. By doing so, you will have the best chance at success.
While these causes of tinnitus can result from many different incidents, there may actually be specific people or organizations responsible for these damaging conditions. Excessively loud work environments, exposure to mercury or lead, car crashes or other accidents that cause head trauma, and medical malpractice can all lead to hearing loss. By finding out where yours originated, you can find out who should be held responsible.
How Can I Recover from Hearing Loss?
Unlike other types of injuries, humans do not have the capability to naturally heal from hearing loss. Once the ability to hear has been damaged, it remains at a compromised level, worsening with further exposure to damage. Surgeries and medications cannot naturally restore hearing capabilities.
However, there are ways to work around hearing loss. Hearing training and therapy can help you work around damage to your hearing and the persistent annoyance of tinnitus. Additionally, hearing aids can help to artificially restore hearing capabilities. Since there are different forms of hearing aids, it is important that you find the one that works best with your hearing difficulties.
Medical care and hearing aids can be expensive and may not be covered by your insurance. However, by proving that your hearing loss is the direct result of someone else’s wrongful actions, you can find success in your legal case and receive proper compensation to help you cope with your losses.
Coping with Your Hearing Loss
If you or a loved one is suffering from hearing loss and believe that your injury was caused by someone else’s wrongdoing, get in touch with the Maryland tinnitus attorneys at Alpert Schreyer Poe. We understand the serious nature of your injuries and will work to help you recover to the best of your abilities and have the chance at a fulfilling life.
To learn more about how we can help you, call (301) 812-4777.
He got the results I needed.- Former Client
He remained dedicated and professional throughout my process.- B.T.
I thank you for your professional assistance.- R.E.
You saved my life from potentially devastating consequences.- K.K.
Thank you!- R.R.
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