Minnesota Hearing Loss Attorney

Direct trauma from a serious car accident, airbag explosion or even loss of consciousness in a head injury can cause two types of hearing loss – conductive and sensorineural.

When the external or middle ear has a mechanical problem, it is known as conductive hearing loss and can be reversible.  When dysfunction or damage is caused to the inner ear and cannot be restored, it is called sensorineural hearing loss.

When the head sustains serious injury from impact on a steering wheel or window, it can damage the inner ear or temporal lobes and cause traumatic hearing loss.  This can also occur from an airbag explosion because it can rupture the eardrum and the inner ear can bleed out.  Eardrums rupture when the fragile bones of the middle ear get dislocated and cause significant inner ear damage.

It can be scary and isolating when you lose your sense of hearing, especially at cost of someone else’s negligent behavior.  If this is you, it is important to seek legal advice from a personal injury attorney who specializes in hearing loss.  Our attorneys at Tarshish Cody have the compassion and dedication to fight for your rights so that you can focus on recovery.  We welcome your call today at 952-361-5556 (or fill out the free Case Evaluation Form) to discuss your legal needs and answer any questions you may have.

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