Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can occur from a traumatic event, or it can happen gradually over time. Either way, if your loss of hearing is connected to your job, you may be able to receive workers' compensation benefits for your ongoing medical needs and inability to work because of your condition. You may also receive a damage award if you have a total loss of hearing.

In Columbus, Ohio, and throughout the state, there are few attorneys more respected than those at Philip J. Fulton Law Office. Our lawyers have helped countless Ohio workers suffering from all types of serious injuries obtain the workers' compensation benefits they deserve.

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Many industrial workers are constantly exposed to loud noises during the course of doing their jobs. If you worked in an environment where it was common to have to shout to hear yourself or communicate with co-workers, hearing loss could be a possibility. Events such as explosions can also cause hearing loss or reduced hearing. Be on the lookout for symptoms such as:

  • Inability to hear high-pitched noises or other frequencies
  • A constant hum, ring or other sound in your ear
  • Others' voices sounding muffled or quieter

Ohio has a unique law, compared to almost all other states, when it comes to hearing loss. Hearing loss may not just mean the inability to do your job. It can also mean being unable to communicate with loved ones in your everyday life. Our lawyers will work closely with your doctors to determine if your work played a role in your hearing loss and help you build the strongest claim possible for benefits. With Philip J. Fulton — one of Ohio's foremost authorities on workers' compensation laws — personally at the head of every case, you can be confident that you will receive the high-quality representation you need during a difficult time.

Call Philip J. Fulton Law Office Today For Help

As our client, you will never owe us any fees unless and until we can recover workers' compensation benefits on your behalf. To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced workers' compensation attorneys, call 614-929-3126 or toll free at 866-552-6353.