Loss of Taste or Smell

Your quality of life can be drastically affected if you lose your sense of taste or smell. The loss can affect all parts of your life, your enjoyment of food and drink and even your sex life. As you are unable to sense leaking gas, fire or spoilt food, this kind of injury can also be life-threatening.

There are many factors which cause loss of taste or smell including damage to the nerves carrying taste and smell information and brain injury.

If you have lost your sense of smell or taste though a one-off traumatic event which was not your fault or medical negligence, you might be entitled to make a claim. Contact Accident Injury Solicitors now and we will help begin your claim.

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