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Phoenix Loss of Sight Lawyer

Loss of vision reduces quality of life, sometimes drastically. The damage may be minor to major, and sometimes can be corrected, but is often permanent. If you have been in an accident caused by someone else, or suffered medical malpractice, you may now be prevented from enjoying hobbies or activities you enjoyed previously. You may have difficulty just taking care of yourself and staying safe.

Symptoms include:

  • Blindness
  • Blurred vision
  • Altered depth perception
  • Double vision or "ghosts"
  • Reduced ability to perceive contrast
  • Starbursts or halos, especially at night
  • Other complications such as dry eyes or vertigo

You should get a complete and accurate diagnosis, and then speak with a lawyer who can work to obtain financial compensation for your losses from the parties liable.

Loss of Sight

Vision loss occurs in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, industrial and construction accidents, fires and explosions, chemical exposure and due to defective products and medical malpractice. Certain medications are known to damage vision. Medical errors, including eye surgery, cause many cases of vision loss. In some instances, medical intervention to remove a blot clot or other danger should have been performed promptly, but due to negligence, was not.

If you are now unable to work, you will need a high-dollar value settlement or jury verdict. Speak to a Phoenix attorney at Nicholas E. Vakula, PLC, about product liability, product defects, and your case and your options.

Nicholas Vakula has over 25 years of experience in Arizona personal injury law. Mr. Vakula is certified as a legal specialist in injury and wrongful death litigation. Call 480-905-9114 or contact us online. Nuestro abogado hablo español.

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Phoenix Metro Office
11240 North Tatum Blvd.
Suite 120
Phoenix, AZ 85028
Phone: 480-905-9114
Fax: 480-905-9113

Central Arizona Office
203 E. Union St.
Prescott, Arizona 86303
Phone: 480-905-9114
Fax: 480-905-9113