Vision & Hearing Loss Workers' Comp Claims
Serving People Who Have Lost Vision or Hearing in the Workplace
Of all the five senses, sight and sound are the two most important ones. The loss of vision or the loss of hearing is a profound disability that will impact many parts of one's life. Unfortunately, many people are at risk of losing their sight or hearing in the course of their jobs. Severe workplace accidents or chemical exposure can cause the loss of sight. Even the partial loss of vision is devastating. Complete loss of vision is a catastrophic injury that will change a person's life forever.
Hearing loss is common for people who work in loud, industrial environments. Even people who use earplugs can suffer severe or profound hearing loss. Once hearing is lost, it does not return. Any person who has lost partial or total sight or hearing at work is entitled to workers' compensation benefits. It is critical to select a lawyer who has the experience and skill to navigate your workers' compensation claim through the legal process.
Recovering Full Benefits Under the Law for Clients with Impaired Sight or Vision
Under the law, all medical expenses arising out of your vision or hearing loss are covered. In addition, depending on the nature of your loss, you can recover an additional lump-sum payment. For years, working men and women across Massachusetts have turned to Percy Law Group, PC. We are committed to helping our clients recover maximum benefits in the shortest possible period of time. We are equally committed to making the legal process as simple for our clients as possible. Our Taunton workers' compensation attorneys provide a high level of client service and place a high priority on giving timely, responsive answers to your questions. Our only goal in every workers' compensation claim is to help you recover the full range of available benefits.
In workers' compensation claims, you will not have to worry about paying your lawyer. Our fees are paid by the insurance company. Call (508) 206-9900 or complete our contact form to schedule your free initial consultation.