Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. is committed to representing people across Pennsylvania who are suffering from serious conditions that affect the ear and hearing. These can be caused by exposure to loud noises, by trauma to the ear, or by brain injuries. Whether you or a loved one are suffering from tinnitus, hearing loss, or complete deafness, you can count on our Philadelphia hearing loss attorneys to explain your legal options and your rights in this important matter.
By taking legal action and pursuing financial compensation after experiencing hearing loss or any ear injury, you have the opportunity to get the money you need for hearing aids, surgery, assistive devices, and any other treatment or care you need to improve or cope with your condition. You can also experience peace of mind in knowing that the at-fault party has been held accountable.
Ready to find out if you have a case? Call (215) 608-2183 or contact us online for a free consultation. We will provide and honest and compassionate assessment of the situation.
What Causes Hearing Loss?
Most of the time, hearing loss is caused by one of three things:
- Prolonged exposure to loud noises
- Exposure to a sudden and extremely loud noise
- Head trauma, such as a sudden blow to the head
In any of these three scenarios, there may be a person or company that is ultimately responsible for the victim’s loss of hearing. It may be the manufacturer of a defective product, such as a defective tire that explodes while a consumer is putting air in it. It may be an employer, such as a contracting company that fails to provide workers with proper ear protection. It may be any person or company that failed to act with proper care in the circumstances, leading to the victim’s injuries.
An experienced Philadelphia hearing loss lawyer at Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. can determine who may be held responsible for your injuries and from what sources you can seek compensation. Maximizing your compensation is our primary concern, as well as supporting you and keeping you informed through the duration of your claim.
Learn more about hearing loss and your legal rights by calling us at (215) 608-2183. We help clients across Pennsylvania.