[automatically translated] The authors describe a case of permanent sensorineural hearing loss detected in the left ear with a hearing impairment pantonal equal to 70 dB. The injury was caused by the explosion of a firecracker, launched in the vicinity of the injured party. the medico-legal implications in criminal and civil law are assessed. As regards the criminal law sphere the offense is of a serious personal injury, because the permanent weakening of auditory function; relative to the statutory context, it pays particular attention to the matter related to compensation which the subject is obliged damaging, especially considering the effects that the lesion has determined against psychophysical and the economic environment of the injured party.
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|