Los Angeles Eye Injury Lawyers
Advocating for Accident Victims with Eye Injuries and Vision Loss
Injuries to the eyes can easily result in total blindness, loss of sight in one eye or impaired vision. Because the eyes are incredibly sensitive and delicate organs, eye injuries are usually permanent – and even more temporary injuries may require extensive surgical procedures to improve.
If you or a member of your family suffered a serious eye injury in an accident, it is important to have your case evaluated by an experienced attorney who can advise you of your legal rights and options. At Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP, our Los Angeles attorneys have decades of experience representing clients who have suffered a broad range of catastrophic injuries, including eye injuries and loss of vision.
Call Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP at (866) 634-4525 today to get started with a claim in Southern California or nationwide.
What Causes Serious Eye Injuries?
From traumatic brain injuries to car accidents to explosions, there are many ways that you may sustain a serious and life-altering eye injury or loss of vision. More than almost any other injury, blindness and vision loss can impact your day-to-day existence and decrease your quality of life. When those eye injuries were caused as a result of negligence, you may be entitled to seek compensation to cover your medical expenses, past and future lost wages, and other costs.
Some of the most common reasons for eye injuries:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Electrocution injuries
- Chemical exposure
- Fire burns and chemical burns
- Violent acts and abuse
- Industrial workplace accidents
- Medication errors
- Defective products
Depending on the nature of your accident, you may suffer only a temporary injury that will recover with time and medical treatment – or you could be dealing with permanent blindness in both eyes. Because eye injuries are so complicated and variable, your personal injury lawyer will need to have a solid understanding of how an eye injury can affect your financial future.
Common symptoms associated with an eye injury:
- Dizziness and vertigo
- Blurred vision or partial sight loss
- Reduced ability to see in the dark
- Loss of peripheral vision and depth perception
- Light sensitivity
- Double vision
Maximizing Compensation for Eye Injury Claims
Were you blinded as a result of an accident that was caused by negligence? Whatever the circumstances, you can rely on our attorneys at Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP to aggressively pursue maximum results for damages. By working with medical experts, certified life care planners, and economists, we will strive to determine the exact nature of your eye injury and the anticipated life time costs.
If your injuries were caused by negligence, we will aggressively pursue full compensation for the damages you have suffered, including:
- Pain and suffering
- Current and future medical expenses
- Physical, occupational and vocational rehabilitation
- Lost income and loss of future earning capacity
- Property damage
Client-Oriented and Results-Driven
Our law firm is respected across the nation for the thoroughness of our work and for the results we achieve for injured clients. Ranked #1 in Personal Injury in California by Best Lawyers in America for 2008 and 2010 – the last year such rankings were published, and rated Tier 1 in Personal Injury in U.S. News-Best Lawyers Los Angeles rankings every year since 2011, our Los Angeles eye injury attorneys regularly secure multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements for catastrophic injury victims. Please contact us today to learn whether we may be able to assist you with your eye injury or a client referral.
We offer free consultations and often work on contingency fees so you can focus on your recovery. Call (866) 634-4525.
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