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When Work Accidents Cause Vision And Hearing Loss

Have you or has someone close to you suffered vision or hearing loss due to a workplace accident? You have the right to workers’ compensation benefits for the hardships you face, including medical treatment, vocational rehabilitation, wage loss and permanent disability.

At the Michael Schultz Law Firm in Minneapolis, we have the skill and experience in workers’ compensation law to help you obtain the resources you need to make it through this difficult time. We have extensive experience handling workers’ comp claims and appeals for clients in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota.

Uncovering The Causes Of Vision And Hearing Loss

Was your sensory impairment caused by a work-related activity? Sometimes the causes of vision and hearing loss are difficult to pinpoint, but in other cases they are obvious.

Hearing loss, as well as tinnitus (ringing in the ears), can develop over years of exposure to loud noises. It can also result from a single accident, such as a loud explosion or sudden fluctuation in air pressure.

Vision loss can result from many causes, including direct damage to the eye, bright flashes and prolonged exposure to bright lights, such as welding equipment.

Serious head injuries can also cause both hearing and vision loss. Whatever the cause of the injury, the damage may be temporary or permanent. You may be out of work for a long time, so it is important to talk to an attorney who can help you obtain maximum compensation for your claim.

Call Our Law Offices To Talk To An Experienced Workers’ Comp Lawyer

If you or a loved one has been left blind or deaf due to a work accident, we are here to protect your rights. Contact our law offices today online or by telephone at 612-412-4916 or 800-557-6905 to arrange your free initial consultation.