When you purchase your new hearing aids they will come with a manufacturer warranty covering loss, damage and repair for a period of 1 to 3 years. What happens if you lose a hearing aid? Well, if your manufacturer warranty has not expired you pay a small fee and the hearing aid is replaced. But what do you do if it happens again? We suggest you purchase a policy to cover loss and damage immediately after receiving your replacement hearing aid. We recommend ESCO or Midwest Hearing Agency (the 2 companies have recently merged), or check with your homeowner’s policy or renter’s insurance policy to see if you can add lost hearing aid coverage. Without a loss and damage policy you will need to purchase a new hearing aid again at the current price the practice charges.