Minnesota Ear Injury Lawyer
There are a number of ear injuries that can occur due to a trauma to the facial area. Most ear injuries will occur due to a work-related accident or due to a sudden impact, such as the impact felt during a car, truck or motorcycle accident.
It is important to seek legal representation as soon as possible after suffering an ear injury due to someone else’s negligence. McEwen & Kestner, PLLC specializes in ear related injuries and can help you gain compensation for your emotional, financial and physical suffering.
Ear Injuries We Handle
We handle all lawsuits pertaining to an ear injury caused by someone else’s negligence including the following:
- Car and truck accidents that result in trauma to the ear, including BPPV
- Premise liability and slip and fall accidents resulting in ear trauma
- Work-related accidents
- Ear injuries from burns or explosions
- Ear injuries from dog bites
- Defective product ear injuries
- Ear injuries caused by boating accidents, including water sports and jet skis
- Temporary and permanent hearing loss
- Tinnitus – the constant ringing in the ears after an ear injury
Common Eye Injuries
Most eye injuries are caused by intense impact to the facial area including the following:
Hearing loss – this is one of the most common complications felt during an ear injury. There are two types of hearing loss – conductive and sensor neural. Conductive hearing loss affects the external and middle ear while sensor neural hearing loss affects the inner ear.
BPPV – this occurs when the otoconia in our ears is dislodged, causing ear rocks or ear crystals to form in our brains. The symptoms of BPPV include vertigo, dizzy spells, blurred vision, nausea and vomiting, loss of balance and lightheadedness. These symptoms usually occur in episodes, lasting anywhere from 30 seconds to several minutes.
Tinnitus – this is a constant ringing or other sound in our ears that usually occurs after a dramatic impact or after an explosion. This constant ringing can make it impossible to focus on daily tasks such as driving, working, reading and even talking.
Ear Trauma Attorneys, MN
Everyone recovers at a different pace when it comes to ear injuries. While some people may suffer from temporarily hearing loss, others will lose their hearing forever. Some may suffer temporary pain from an ear trauma while others may have a permanent ringing in their ears for the rest of their lives. Regardless of what category you fit in to, McEwen & Kestner, PLLC can provide you with aggressive legal council during this difficult time.
How we Can Help
If you have suffered or are currently struggling to overcome an ear injury then you know how frustrating this can be. Your entire quality of life can be affected when you are unable to hear properly. If you are suffering from tinnitus, then the constant ringing may be causing you to lose your mind. You may not be able to work or function normally and you may be faced with constant pain such as headaches and ear aches.
Let our personal injury team help you through this mess. Contact McEwen & Kestner, PLLC at 651-224-3833 or toll free at (612) 324-1541 today to get the legal advice and financial compensation you deserve.