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Erie Excessive Noise Attorney · Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp Hearing Loss Lawyer

Hearing loss from constant exposure to excessive noise after years on the job has become a chronic problem among American workers. Even low-level noise from blowers and air compressors constantly running in the background can have a permanent effect.

Fighting for workers’ compensation benefits for hearing loss means you must have solid evidence on your side.

Obtaining permanent or temporary workers’ compensation disability benefits for hearing loss is often difficult for workers in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Unless you are able to show evidence that your hearing loss was directly attributable to a particular accident or incident, workers’ compensation boards are quick to deny benefits. Putting an aggressive, experienced workers’ comp and Social Security Disability attorney on your side is your best advantage when filing your initial claim or appealing a denied claim.

If you work in an industrial environment or around loud construction equipment in Pennsylvania or Ohio and are beginning to notice a loss of hearing, talk to your doctor about receiving a medical diagnosis. Then talk to an experienced workers’ compensation hearing loss injury attorney at Dallas W. Hartman P.C. We have in-depth knowledge of what the compensation board expects and strategies to get your injury approved. With nearly 25 years of experience, we have helped many people receive the workers’ comp benefits they are counting on.

Free Consultation · No Attorneys Fees or Costs Unless There Is a Recovery

Let us put our experience to work helping you recover the justice you deserve. From our offices in Pittsburgh, New Castle, Hermitage, Butler and Erie, we represent plaintiffs in communities throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio. Contact us to arrange a consultation with an experienced Pittsburgh hearing loss lawyer today.

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