Experienced Albany, Saratoga, Schenectady, and Troy Blindness Lawyers
Complete or partial loss of vision is a severe injury with permanent consequences. If an accident or illness caused by someone else’s negligence or medical malpractice has left you blind in one or both eyes, you deserve an opportunity to pursue fair compensation for the harm done to you.
At the Albany-based law firm of the Law Offices of Sanford Rosenblum, P.C., our Upstate New York eye injury lawyers help clients pursue maximum money damages from those responsible for their injuries.
Seeking Compensation for Vision Loss
Our firm is exclusively dedicated to representing catastrophic injury victims and the families of those who have died. We have extensive experience representing the victims of eye injuries, including the following:
- Loss of vision in one eye: The loss of a single eye is an unfortunate consequence of many auto accidents, chemical accidents and infections. People have two eyes for a reason, and the loss of one of those eyes is a significant impairment with far-reaching consequences.
- Loss of vision in both eyes: Many of the conditions that can cause the loss of a single eye can also cause the loss of both eyes. This is clearly an even more critical injury, permanently altering one of the victim’s primary means of interacting with the rest of the world.
- Other causes of blindness: In addition to the loss of both eyes, there are several other conditions that can result in full or partial blindness, including brain damage, meningitis and cerebral palsy.
In order to get fair compensation for an eye injury, your lawyer will need to be prepared to demonstrate the foreseeable lifetime consequences of your injuries for your medical and life care needs, your employment, and your quality of life.
Call (855) 525-7575 to Discuss Your Options
Our experienced trial attorneys work with top-tier experts to establish the compensation our clients deserve. If you’ve suffered an eye injury, contact us today for a free consultation. You will not pay any fees or expenses unless you recover money damages.