What happens if I lose my hearing aids?
New hearing aids typically come with one-year comprehensive loss, damage and repair warranty directly from the manufacturer. Providers will sometimes offer a 2-year or 3-year manufacturer warranty for new hearing instruments, usually at an additional cost.
If you lose your hearing aid(s) within the comprehensive warranty period, your provider will have them replaced (usually a deductible applies).
If your original hearing aid warranty has expired or is about to expire, there are options available to obtain loss coverage through your hearing professional. Options for continued coverage include loss and accidental damage, and repairs due to electrical or mechanical failure. The cost of continued coverage depends on the make and model of the hearing instrument and the type of coverage requested.