Vision and Hearing Injuries
Helping the injured file successful workers' compensation claims
Work accidents that result in vision or hearing injuries can have a significant impact on workers. These injuries can affect their ability to do their jobs and also interfere with other areas of their lives. The Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe, LLC fights for injured workers in Pennsylvania to help them get the workers' compensation benefits they deserve.
These claims can be challenging, as it can be difficult to prove the vision or hearing injury was related to the job. Philadelphia workers' compensation attorney Richard A. Jaffe knows how to build a strong case for benefits, including coverage of all medical expenses related to the injury and partial compensation for lost wages.
Injuries to vision can occur in different ways on the job. Eye damage can result from being hit by flying debris, accidentally being stabbed in the eye with a tool or another implement, prolonged exposure to bright light, blunt force trauma or chemical exposure. Depending on the injury, effects can range from migraines or blurred vision to blindness.
Injuries to hearing can also occur in different ways at the workplace. Hearing damage can result from exposure to extremely loud noise. This could be from a loud explosion, for example. Or from longtime exposure to machinery or engines. Hearing damage can also result from an accident in which an object punctures the eardrum.
Experience, knowledge, results
Attorney Richard A. Jaffe knows that employers and insurance companies often claim that vision and hearing injuries were not related to any work activities. His legal team investigates to find evidence linking your injury to your job. And he fights to make sure you get the medical treatment you need.
Attorney Jaffe knows the tactics insurance companies use to try to pay you as little as possible, because he used to represent workers' compensation insurance companies. Now he puts his knowledge and experience to use on behalf of injured workers across Pennsylvania. He has handled well over a thousand claims and has a record of results.
And if the negligence of a third party was to blame for your vision or hearing injury, attorney Jaffe can help you take legal action for additional compensation. This includes contractors who may have been at the work site, as well as manufacturers of defective products.
If you suffered a vision or hearing injury at the workplace, you need an experienced workers' compensation lawyer to fight for you. Contact us online or call 866-800-3332 to schedule a free consultation. Attorney Jaffe can go over your options and answer any questions you have.