Eye Injury & Vision Loss in Idaho
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Injuries involving the eye typically results in partial or complete loss of vision, as well as a drastic change in one’s life forever. The cost of treatment for eye injuries can be steep in order to save your vision and recover from the accident. On the other hand, if you suddenly become blind, you can still learn to live a fulfilling life, although it is an arduous path that requires an ample amount of time and hard work.
If you lost some or all of your vision due to another party’s negligence, you may be eligible to recover financial compensation with the help of an experienced lawyer. With more than seven decades of combined legal experience, our Pocatello personal injury attorneys at May, Rammell & Wells have been working hard to find the best possible outcomes for catastrophic injury victims. Not only do we have the knowledge and proven skill to protect your rights, but also the compassion to ensure your best interests are represented.
Causes of Eye Injury
Most occurrences of blindness or vision loss are the result of an illness or a birth defect. However, eye injuries are also frequently caused by negligence. Our legal team can determine the exact nature of your eye injury and the expected lifetime costs to obtain the most reasonable compensation possible.
The following are the most common causes of vision loss our clients have experienced:
- Head injuries
- Defective airbags
- Defective contact solution
- Chemical burns
- Birth injuries
- Blunt force trauma from car accidents, construction accidents, sports injuries, and assaults
Take Action by Discussing Your Legal Options Today!
We understand that no amount of compensation in the world will regain your sight or enable you to function as you did before. However, compensation can cover the costs of rehabilitation or other essential services, as well as replace any lost wages or other economic damages. In addition, you can obtain compensation for non-economic damages such as stress, physical pain and suffering, and emotional anguish associated with the injury.
Contact us and request a consultation with our Pocatello personal injury attorneys.