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Ruptured Eardrum From Explosions Lawyer

There are innumerable ways that a person can be injured due to an explosion. This can include traumatic injuries from flying debris or from being thrown into objects. This can also include injuries caused by the explosion blast, including a ruptured eardrum. At the Doan Law Firm, our qualified and experienced explosion attorneys want to discuss how a ruptured eardrum occurs in an explosion and how this can affect an explosion victim’s life.

Why Choose The Doan Law Firm for Ruptured Eardrum Claims?

After sustaining a ruptured eardrum due to an explosion, you need an attorney that has an unrelenting drive to secure compensation for clients. Turn to the Doan Law Firm for help.

  • The Doan Law Firm has offices in over 40 cities throughout the United States and has the resources available to provide incredible service to every client.
  • Although Jimmy Doan is supported by a team of lawyers, he always makes himself available for direct contact with clients through phone calls and email.
  • We take ruptured eardrum explosion cases on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not collect legal fees until we win your case.

What Will An Attorney Do To Help?

In the aftermath of sustaining a ruptured eardrum caused by an explosion, a skilled attorney will provide the resources and legal experience necessary to prove liability and secure compensation. An explosion attorney will be responsible for conducting a thorough investigation into the incident. They will also be responsible for ensuring that a victim’s total losses are properly calculated by economic and medical experts. Finally, your attorney will be responsible for negotiating a fair settlement on your behalf and preparing a case for trial.

Ruptured Eardrums In An Explosion

A ruptured eardrum (also called a tympanic membrane perforation or TM rupture) is a hole or tear in the thin tissue that separates the ear canal from the middle ear. In an explosion, a ruptured eardrum is usually the result of a person being near the explosion’s blast wave. The intense pressure of this wave can cause any gas-filled part of a person’s body (including the inner ear) to be damaged.

In many cases, a ruptured eardrum heals on its own without treatment in a few weeks. However, these injuries often require a patch or surgical repair to heal. Some of the most common symptoms of a ruptured eardrum include:

  • Ear pain that may or may not subside
  • Mucus-like, pus-filled, or bloody drainage from the ear
  • Hearing loss
  • Ringing in your ear (tinnitus)
  • Spinning sensation (vertigo)
  • Nausea or vomiting caused by vertigo

A ruptured eardrum can significantly impact a person’s daily life and their ability to work. Victims often incur major medical expenses to repair a ruptured eardrum.

Let Us Help Secure The Compensation You Need For Ruptured Eardrum Cases

If you or someone you care about has sustained a ruptured eardrum in an explosion that was caused by another person’s negligence, seek legal assistance immediately. At the Doan Law Firm, we pledge to stand by your side and investigate this incident. Our goal is to secure any compensation you may be entitled to, which can include:

  • Coverage of your medical bills due to the ruptured eardrum
  • Lost income if you cannot work or have a decreased earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Loss of enjoyment of life damages
  • Possible punitive damages against the negligent party

When you need an explosion accident attorney to help with your ruptured eardrum case, let us help you receive the care and compensation you deserve. Call us today.