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Montlick Injury Attorneys Explains Hearing Loss After Car Accident


November 01, 2022

Hearing loss is a common consequence of car accidents. Hearing loss is typically caused by aging or lengthened exposure to loud sounds. However, a traumatic head injury from a car accident can also cause hearing loss. After a serious motor vehicle accident, the crash victim might experience ringing in the ear, ear pain, or hearing loss after a wreck. 

Accident victims who suffer harm in an accident caused by a negligent driver should file a claim to recover financial compensation for their injuries, disabilities, medical bills, and other accident-related damages. If you or a loved one have been harmed, contact Montlick Injury Attorneys to discuss your legal rights and options. No matter where you are located, our legal professionals are ready to listen to you. Simply call our nationwide helpline 24/7 at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) or use our live chat at Montlick.com.

How Do Hearing Loss Injuries Occur During Car Accidents?

The forces of high-impact accidents often cause damage to the inner ear tissue, disrupt blood flow to the cochlea, rupture eardrums, and result in inner ear injuries. In some instances, a severe skull fracture causes bone fragments to penetrate the ear canal leading to permanent deafness if not treated quickly. Car accident forces also cause whiplash leading to inner ear damage. Lastly, car accident-related hearing loss can occur due to airbag deployment. The airbag could cause injury, or the loud, pressure sound can damage the accident victim's hearing.

The blog post cautions that a hearing loss injury has the potential to greatly impact the victim's quality of life without timely treatment. They may experience feelings of irritability, fatigue, depression, withdrawal, loneliness, reduced alertness, reduced earning capacity, and diminished overall health.

An auto accident victim should never delay seeking medical attention after an accident, especially if they are experiencing ringing in the ears. In some cases, untreated ringing in the ears can result in Tinnitus. Tinnitus is a medical condition in which "ringing in the ears" become permanent.

Legal Help for Car Accident Hearing Loss Victims 

Should you or a loved one suffer injuries in an accident caused by another's negligence, protect your legal rights by calling Montlick Injury Attorneys Nationwide, 24/7, at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). Our Car Accident Injury Lawyers are here to listen, understand your situation, and advise you. 

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