Your Injuries are Specific to You
The ear is a hearing organ that detects sound and also involved in balance. There are three different parts of the ear, which consist of the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear. Ear injuries can occur in different ways such as:
- A forceful direct blow to the side of the head can increase air pressure inside the ear canal, which leads to a ruptured eardrum.
- Inappropriate cleaning of the ear canal can cause irritation or injury.
- Cuts or scrapes may injure the outer ear or ear canal.
- Burns or frostbites (thermal injuries).
- Forcing objects in the ear.
One of the most common ear injuries is Acoustic Trauma, which is an injury to the inner ear, where one suffers hearing loss. Damage to the hearing may occur from a long exposure to extremely loud noises such as loud music, loud machinery, and explosive noises consisting of gunshots, firecrackers or blast explosions. The hearing loss may not be correctable. A hearing aid and lip reading may help a person communicate.
At Murphy Law Firm LLC, our experienced attorneys provide representation for Personal Injury cases in Louisiana. With more than 28 years of combined legal experience, our lawyers work hard to obtain successful resolutions for our clients and their families. Our lawyers will deal with the insurance company and work to ensure that they live up to their obligations and pay you the compensation you deserve. Do not sign any settlement offer or offer any statement to the insurance company without first consulting with Murphy Law Firm LLC. Don't Be A Victim Twice!
The nose contains the most frequently broken bones in the face. A broken nose may involve an injury to the bones, cartilage, nerves, or nasal lining. The injury may result in just bruising or some type of deformity. Surgery may or may not be needed, depending on the extent of the fracture and the decision of the patient.
A rupture of the trachea or bronchus can occur with trauma to the neck. The trachea is the tube in your throat that helps you breathe. A bronchus or bronchi is the smaller airways in the lungs. This can lead to the leaking of air in a layer of tissue in the chest or neck.
Learn More about the Injuries You Suffered Caused By Your Accident
If you or someone you love has been involved in an accident and is injuries, contact us at Murphy Law Firm LLC to learn more about your injury and what our firm can do to help you get the compensation you deserve. Call our Baton Rouge office locally at 225-928-8800 to make an appointment for a free initial consultation. All cases are taken on a contingency basis.