Were You Blinded in an Accident? You May Be Entitled to Damages
Chicago Injury Lawyers: Blindness
Although estimates vary, approximately 10 million people in America are blind or visually impaired and 1.3 million of them are legally blind, according to the American Foundation for the Blind.
Talk to a Chicago Personal Injury Attorney
If you have suffered a severe injury, the law offices of Lane and Lane, can help you. Please email us or call now (800) 529-9377 for an immediate consultation with an injury attorney in Chicago, Illinois.
While most loss of vision occurs due to natural causes, accidents, injuries, defective products, medical malpractice, dangerous drugs, dog bites and assaults can all cause blindness. Significant disabilities can occur even when only one eye is affected! In recent years, a defective contact lens solution and Viagra have both been linked to blindness.
The Rights of the Injured
If your blindness or visual impairment was caused by the negligence of another person or organization, you have a legal right to collect financial compensation from those who caused your injury. At Lane & Lane, LLC, our catastrophic injury attorneys work to recover full and fair monetary compensation for our clients whose loss of sight was caused by carelessness or negligence.
The attorneys of our law firm have more than over 130 years of combined legal experience. We know how to get results for people who have suffered catastrophic injuries such as blindness. We have won significant settlements and jury awards for our injured clients.
Pursuing Justice for the Blind
If a negligent accident robbed you of your sight, we will fight to obtain the maximum amount of compensation for your losses, including pain and suffering, current and future medical expenses, pain and suffering, vocational rehabilitation, emotional and occupational therapy, loss of wages or income and loss of future earning capacity. We will also work to ensure that you have the adaptive technologies you will need.
If an accident or injury caused you or a family member to become visually impaired or blind, please contact our law firm to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation.
From our offices in Chicago, we represent clients throughout Illinois.