Tinnitus Attorneys in the Tri-State Area
Do You Have Ringing in Your Ears from an Accident? We Can Help!
We have clients who hit their head of suffer a violent whiplash injury that also causes tinnitus, or a ringing in the ears. These injuries are also many times affiliated with brain injuries.
Because the insurance industry doesn’t like to treat tinnitus cases as authentic injuries, we know better and are here to fight to ensure that what you are going through becomes important. Our tri-state tinnitus attorneys are prepared to fight for you.
Call us at (888) 723-4650 today to find out how we can help you with your whiplash case.
Effects of Tinnitus
If a person suffers from tinnitus after an accident, many times, it is diagnosed long after any insurance company would consider it as possibly related. The reason for this is usually that the victim is concentrated on other injuries, such as whiplash injuries brain injuries, or fractures, that can occur in accidents that are bad enough to also cause tinnitus. The effects of this injury can be devastating to someone’s life.
We fight for people who suffer the following effects of tinnitus:
- Ringing in ears;
- Buzzing in ears;
- Sleep disturbances;
- Sensitivity to Noise;
- Poor concertation; and
If you are having these symptoms from a car accident, you should discuss this with your doctor. It is important that you are treated for your tinnitus not just for your personal injury case, but more importantly, your overall health.
How Insurance Companies Treat Tinnitus
We can see images of fractures from accident with Xrays. We can see issues with the vertebrae with MRIs. But the objectivity of a tinnitus diagnosis is often met with resistance from car insurance companies. There are ways, however, for doctors to diagnose tinnitus with an objective finding versus a subjective finding (“My ears are ringing.”) Consider the following tests:
- Hearing or Audiological exam; and
- Movement that detects clenching of jaw, etc…;
Car insurance adjusters are more likely to assess value to tinnitus when there is an objective finding - - or a doctor opining that a car accident victim has tinnitus based upon one of the tests above or some other factor.
At Burnside Law, we offer free consultations. Contact us today at (888) 723-4650 and take advantage of this risk-free opportunity. We have offices throughout Ohio, as well as Ashland, KY and Huntington, WV.
Learn more and find out how we can help. Contact Burnside Law at (888) 723-4650 today!