Texas Loss of Vision Injuries Attorney
Occasionally, we have clients whom have lost their vision to some degree in one or both eyes. Burns to the eyes/face, trauma to the eye, and even trauma to the head can cause loss of vision or blindness. The Loss of Vision Injury Attorneys at Hill Law Firm in Houston and San Antonio will make sure that our client’s vision issues are properly proven to a jury.
Why does the Type of Injury Matter in a Lawsuit?
Along with proving liability, a litigant must prove injury/damages to recover any monetary damages in a lawsuit. The type of injury or damages will be considered by a jury when they award damages. The effects of these injuries will also be considering. With a loss of vision case, a jury will be able to consider how this affects every day life, job, and personal relationships.
What are Loss of Vision Injuries?
Loss of vision can be caused by a number of causes. Typically loss of vision is associated with a medical condition, but sometimes loss of vision is associated with an accident or other avoidable trauma.
People suffering from traumatic visual loss often describe the following visual impairments:
- Visual Spatial Disorders
- Visual Neglect
- Sensitivity to light
- Dry eyes
What are Blindness Injury Treatments?
Depending on the degree of the loss of vision, treatment for partial to complete blindness vary. Always consult with your physician to find out the right course of treatment for your particular injury. If you have suffered a loss of vision injury and would like to speak about your legal options, please call the Texas Blindness Injury Lawyers at Hill Law Firm today. Consultations are always free.