L.A. Eye Injury Attorney
Eye injuries can be among the most severe for adults and children alike. The possibility of serious ocular damage can cause working issues or even blindness. Unfortunately, blindness from negligence is increasing.
Table of Contents:
- Maximizing the Payout in an Eye Injury Case
- Causes of Serious Blindness
- UV Rays, Retina and Cornea
- Various Eye Injuries
- Surviving a Lawsuit
- Locating Excellent Counsel
Oversight remains a massive cause of blindness.
These can include:
- Lasik eye surgery mistakes – defective airbags.
With such troubles hanging over your head, you need to get proper legal representation. That is why the experienced counsel at Ehline Law Firm Personal Injury Attorneys, APLC is there to assist in your case.
Trying to make your life whole again is what we do best. Our experience representing hundreds of injured clients has built up a solid reputation. We stand ready to help in your blindness or eye injury suit.
A disabled, former Marine runs the Ehline Law Firm. In fact, Michael doesn’t know how to quit. His staff of experienced attorneys has seen many similar lawsuits. But they have the winning record to match. We are capitalized and funded.
So you know we can advance costs for needed experts, investigators, and anyone else needed to pursue your claim with great zeal. We stand ready for any contingency. Most of all, we use our knowledge and resources to fight for our clients. Our resolve remains to hold the at-fault party liable.
If you or a loved one suffered blindness or severe eye injury as the result of a workplace accident, a car crash, chemicals, or dangerous product or drug, we stand ready to help. Our effort is second to none and has a satisfied clientele.
Our staff and lawyers will stop at nothing to get you justice. We can meet with accident reconstructionists, nursing care and medical experts, life care planners, financial planners, and others to get you the compensation you deserve.
When we identify the negligent or responsible party, we can work on placing a fair settlement value. In other words, we fight to get you money for your pain and suffering, as well as past, present, and future lost income. In fact, this includes economic damages for home nursing care, future surgeries, seeing eye dogs, and others.
- Lack of Eye Protection and Tanning Salons
One of the lesser known but still significant causes of severe eye damage is at tanning salons. Under FDA guidelines, customers are supposed to wear protective goggles due to the concentrated UV radiation used to tan the skin but not blocked by the eyelids.
How Do Ultraviolet Rays Harm Your Eyes?
In other cases, too much exposure to ultraviolet rays to the eyes can cause damage to the retina and cornea. Repeated exposure can cause the eye lens to change. This could cause the lens to cloud and cause a cataract– possibly leading to blindness.
So if a tanning salon does not comply with these regulations or do not act reasonably and causes vision loss, the salon and sometimes machine builders may become liable.
Another of these uncommon eye injuries was experienced on May 15, 2006, when Bausch & Lomb recalled their contact lens solution ReNu with MoistureLoc. So this recall was due to reports that showed consumers being infected with a dangerous eye infection, Fusarium Keratitis. In fact, this eye infection caused inflammation of the cornea in the front of the eye.
Last, sometimes, surgery became necessary. So this becomes grounds for a defective product lawsuit. Ehline Law Firm is specialized in public trust and consumer defect/fraud claims. So we have your back.
Our number one concern is getting you the best legal and medical care. With proper compensation, victims can pay for their current and future medical bills and receive the medical advice they need to live a fulfilling life.
Glaucoma Service Foundation to Prevent Blindness
The Ehline Law Firm has a reputation that is second to none. We stand ready to work for you. So go ahead and get a free consultation. Call us today at (213) 596-9642. Also, we remain willing to sub in a pro-hac vice for out-of-state blindness claims.