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Phoenix Eye Injury Lawyers

Recovering from a serious eye injury can be a lengthy, expensive process. Medical bills, medication costs, outpatient treatment and lost wages can have a significant impact on victims and their families. At Phillips Law Group, we understand that while some eye injuries can be life-changing, recovering fair compensation and holding negligent parties accountable can help during the recovery process.

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If you or a loved one has suffered from any kind of eyesight loss after being involved in an accident, contact our legal team today. We have experience representing injury victims and a proven record of success - having recovered more than $750,000,000 in compensation on behalf of our clients.

It's free to talk to a lawyer at our firm about your claim and there are no upfront fees if you decide to hire us.

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How Phillips Law Group Can Help

Injury victims that have legal representation recover more financial compensation compared to victims that do not hire a lawyer.

At our law firm, we have decades of experience helping our clients recover fair and just compensation for injuries that they have sustained through no fault of their own. We also understand the strategies that insurance companies often use to decline a damages claim and can help to build a robust argument for your case.

Our team of professionals can help to explain the legal options that may be available for your potential claim in simple terms and also answer any questions from insurance companies on your behalf. There are no upfront fees if we take on your case and we offer a free, no-obligation consultation to help determine if you have a case.

Symptoms of Vision Loss After an Accident

Losing eyesight is something that can change a life indefinitely. When vision loss is permanent, temporary, or partial, any alteration in eyesight is both shocking and distressing for a personal injury victim. Accidents are typically unexpected, elevating the level of astonishment of vision loss. Many eyesight loss victims need time to accept the new state at which they find themselves after a catastrophe.

Those who have suffered from vision loss often experience a number of emotions as they come to terms with a new condition. Combining these emotional distractions with the long list of things to take care of following an accident, such as medical bills, property damages, etc., some victims may neglect to recognize the onset of vision loss.

A few of the most typically symptoms of eyesight loss include but are not limited to:

  • Double Vision
  • Floaters
  • Streaks
  • Blurred Vision
  • Sudden nearsightedness or farsightedness
  • Dimness

Contrary to popular belief, there are quite a few eyesight impairments that may take a few days to appear after an accident or personal injury of some sort. As a result, accident victims must be aware of the potential dangers present. If you or a loved one has experienced vision loss, either partial or full, after an accident, an Arizona personal injury lawyer is prepared to take on your case today.

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Loss of Eyesight Causes

According to a national study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 14 million people ages 12 and older suffer from some form on visual loss. Triggered by a wide variety of both personal injuries and natural causes, any kind of loss of eyesight can be overwhelming to the injured party and their loved ones. Regardless of the cause, those who have lost their vision must come to terms with the new life that the personal injury has dealt them.

A few of the most common loss of eyesight causes include but are not limited to:

  • Head Injury
  • Spinal Cord Damage
  • Auto Accidents
  • LASIK Surgery
  • Chemical Spills
  • Sharp objects penetrating the eye
  • Blow to the Eye
  • Medical Malpractice or Negligence
  • Defective Airbags
  • Bright Lights
  • Contact Lens Solution Damage
  • Occupational Hazards

The above are the most common causes of vision loss; however, there are quite a few additional causes that have been noted in the past several years. If your or a loved one has experienced any loss of eyesight following any of the above causes, in addition to any other forms of personal injury, Phillips Law Group is prepared to guide you through the legal proceedings.

Contact Our Eye Injury Lawyers Today

Vision loss is an incredibly sensitive subject where victims may face lengthy recovery periods. With years of experience, the Phoenix personal injury attorneys at Phillips Law Group are well-versed in dealing with accident injury victims and the sensitive matters that are often associated with cases involving serious injury.

Our legal team have proven track record of success and charge no upfront fees if we agree to take on your case.

Free Consultation. Ph: 1-800-706-3000

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