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By Nohearingornoeating - / Thursday 17 May 2018 15:00 /
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By  Vern Ehlers  |  2

If you schedule the hearing aid on your homeowners insurance, like you would for any valuables in your home, your homeowners insurance will reimburse you up to the declared value for a replacement. Doesn't really help you now, but in the future you will definitely want to do that.

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By  Vern Ehlers  |  2

If you schedule the hearing aid on your homeowners insurance, like you would for any valuables in your home, your homeowners insurance will reimburse you up to the declared value for a replacement. Doesn't really help you now, but in the future you will definitely want to do that.

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  Zekfen  |  12

That is awesome! I work in insurance and had never heard of this being done! Guess it would fall in the “other” schedule category. Brilliant!

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  KittyMack  |  9

Agree with Jerilynn, sounds like it was badly fitted. OP wasn't playing rugby or skydiving, just walking. If hearing aids all fell out that easily, nobody'd bother buying them. It MUST have been loose, no?

By  Tarlachia  |  33

I wear aids too. Born with 50% bilateral hearing loss. I feel your pain about insurance not covering the cost of aids. I had to pay out of pocket for my set to the tune of $5600. I had to wait 8 years before I could buy them.

I’d suggest a go fund me to try to raise the money. It’s a good reason to help out and I’m sure plenty of people would be willing to chip in a little bit of money.

By  Joshua Theriault  |  1

Is it new? Why would it fall out? It's meant to be molded to the shape of your ear canal to avoid exactly this problem. IMO, the company who made it should have to replace it, since they never did their job right.

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