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Ear Damage and Loss of Hearing

Ear damage is a form of serious injury, and can happen either outside the ear through physical damage or inside with permanent or temporary loss of hearing in one or both of the ears. Due to the ears being a crucial part of our everyday lives, damage to this area of the body has drastic consequences as it may hinder a victims ability to walk or drive.

At Grieves, we have extensive experience in claiming compensation for those who have suffered damage to hearing or a complete loss of hearing. If you are interested in making a claim, get in touch by calling us on 0800 0747 644, or complete our contact form and one of our legal professionals will be in touch.

Types of ear damage

There are three parts of the ear that can suffer damage in an incident, including the outside (the pinna), the middle (eardrum and three bones) and the inside (the cochlea). Examples of ear damage include:

  • Industrial deafness
  • Injury or loss cause by a specific incident (e.g. explosion)
  • Eardrum damage
  • Hearing loss caused by lack of proper equipment
  • Causes of ear injuries

Injuries to the ear can be the result of all kinds of accidents, but the most common are:

  • Objects in the ear
  • Head injury
  • Serious road accidents
  • Explosions
  • Sport accidents
  • Prolonged exposure to loud noise
  • Assault

Hearing loss and damage can have a serious impact on a victims life, leaving them unable to work again or needing long-term medical treatment.

Get started today

We help victims of ear damage claim compensation for injuries, the cost of medical care and loss of earnings, so whatever your situation, our team are here to help.

Making a claim with Grieves Solicitors couldn't be simpler. Our team of experts will make the whole process as hassle-free as possible and you can rest assured that we'll reclaim the maximum amount possible.

Call us now on 0800 0747 644, or complete our contact form and we shall get back to you.