Vision loss can be caused by physical trauma to the eye, or by exposure to hazardous chemicals or lights (specifically ultraviolet and blue light). Stroke and brain damage can also lead to vision loss, if the pathways to and from the eyes to the brain are blocked or damaged and the brain cannot interpret the information picked up by the eyes.
Eye injury, blindness, and vision loss are extremely serious conditions that may require both immediate and ongoing care to help a victim lead a more normal and fulfilling life. At Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C., we represent clients across Pennsylvania who have experienced vision loss or any type of eye injury as a result of accidents, exposure to hazardous light or chemicals, and defective or dangerous products. We also take on medical malpractice claims involving loss of eyesight. With these cases, our goal is to help a victim recover the financial compensation that will help him or her rebuild and face a more stable future.
To find out how we can help with your claim, call our Philadelphia vision loss attorneys at (215) 608-2183. Your case evaluation is free!
Types of Vision Loss
The vision may be affected in various ways after an eye injury. We can help with cases involving:
- Blurred vision
- Double vision
- Partial vision loss
- Peripheral vision loss
- Severe light sensitivity
- Complete blindness
These conditions may be caused by:
- Auto accidents
- Bicycle/pedestrian accidents
- Birth injuries (lack of oxygen to the brain)
- Defective or dangerous products
- Hazardous conditions on another’s property
- Dog bites and animal attacks
- Construction accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Exposure to hazards at work
Because our Philadelphia eye injury lawyers handle such a range of personal injury cases, we are able to help with virtually any incident that has caused or contributed to vision loss. By talking to you about what occurred, we can make a preliminary assessment of the matter. We can then start to advise you of your options and how to pursue financial compensation for your injuries.
Contact Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. today at (215) 608-2183 to find out how we can help you.