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Work Cover Compensation for Hearing Loss

Work Cover for Hearing Loss

Work cover for hearing loss, also known as workers’ compensation for hearing loss, is a benefit provided to employees who have suffered hearing loss due to their work environment.

This typically applies to industries where noise exposure is high, such as construction, manufacturing, and aviation.


FAQs about work cover assessment.

Please read the below article to explain everything you need to know about work cover assessment and how it works.

How it Works

If an employee notices a decline in their hearing ability, they should promptly consult a healthcare professional. If the hearing loss is determined to be work-related, the employee can file a claim through their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. The process may involve documenting navigating work cover with hearing aids can seem daunting, but remember, you’re not alone. With the right information and support, we can effectively manage the process for you.

If the claim is approved, the insurance may cover costs such as hearing aids, medical appointments, therapy, and potentially even a payout.

You are not suing your ex-employer, you are lodging a claim against the insurance company your ex-employer was paying while you were there.

What does the process involve with us?

We play a crucial role in this process. We are healthcare professionals specializing in identifying, diagnosing, treating, and monitoring disorders of the auditory and vestibular systems.

First, We will conduct a comprehensive hearing exam to determine the degree and type of hearing loss.

Second, a report which involves the calculated percentage of hearing loss will be sent to the lawyers with your consent and information. Along side there will be a recommendation for hearing aids which are of high quality and technology level to improve communication skills and reduce the impact of hearing loss on their quality of life.

Third, you will receive a call from the lawyers to start the process. You will then go to see an ENT which is organized by the lawyers.

Lastly, you will wait until you receive a call with the outcome.

In short, a patient will only need to come see us one time then see an ENT. After that is it all between us and the lawyers.

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