Suffering From Job-Related Hearing Or Vision Loss?

Damage to your vision or hearing can occur suddenly from workplace accidents, such as explosions. Hearing loss can also occur over time if you work in a noisy environment. Any injury that is job-related is compensable under workers' compensation, whether the loss occurs suddenly or over time.

At Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe, our lawyers help injured workers receive compensation for their losses from workers' compensation, and, when possible, through the filing of a personal injury lawsuit. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and explain your options. With offices in Harrisburg and Enola, we represent injured workers throughout central Pennsylvania.

Getting The Benefits You Deserve

Unfortunately, once your vision or hearing is damaged, the loss is usually permanent. Our goal as your attorneys is to maximize your compensation so you receive everything you are entitled to under the law.

In addition to lost wages and medical benefits, workers' compensation offers specific loss benefits for hearing and vision loss, whether the loss is total or partial. To ensure you receive the benefits and services you need, our lawyers will help your doctor obtain a clear understanding of the accident or work environment that led to your injury. If your workers' compensation claim is denied, we will represent you in the appeals process.

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For dependable advice about your legal options after an injury, call our lawyers at 717-260-3549 for a free consultation.