Our senses offer us a meaningful way with which to interact with the world. From our sight and the ability to see the earth around us, our hearing and the ability to easily hear our loved ones’ voices, and even our sense of smell, our sense are some of the most important connections we have to each other and the world around us. When we lose these senses, then, especially as the result of medical negligence, medical malpractice, work accidents, defective products, and motor vehicle accidents, it is understandably traumatic and difficult to accept.
More specifically, the loss of sight can be caused by unsafe chemicals, delayed diagnosis, misdiagnosis, blunt trauma, surgical mistakes, and traumatic brain injury. Injuries include:
- Total Blindness
- Chronic Blurry Vision
- Blindness in a Single Eye
- The Complete Loss of One (or Two) Eyes
Hearing loss can also be the result of medical mistakes as well as explosions, blunt trauma, eardrum piercing, and an incessant exposure to loud noise. Hearing injuries that may occur as a result include:
- Deafness in a Single Ear
- Loss of Balance
- Partial Deafness
- Tinnitus/Ringing in the Ear
- Total Deafness
Smell and/or taste loss can be caused by head injury, chemical inhalation, dental work, allergic reactions, anesthesia mistakes, and brain surgery complications. These can result in a total loss of smell or taste or a partial loss of smell or taste.
I’ve been helping clients face issues like these for almost four decades in Columbus, Ohio. I have the experience and passion you need to help secure your recovery. Reach out to me today at 1 (877) 614-9524 and talk to me for a free initial consultation. I’ll Make Them Pay!®