Benson and Bingham law firm handle personal injury cases, and we want to help if you have sustained any vision loss or injuries. In the United States more than a million people suffer from eye injuries each year.
Our eyes are some of the most sensitive parts of our body; and, because of this, traumatic injuries can often lead to serious damage and loss of vision. Vision loss or blindness can be caused by objects that strike the eye, such as flying debris, defective contact lens cleaners, or contacts. Severe burns, from fire or exposure to chemicals, can also cause blindness or loss of vision. Blunt trauma to the head, is, unfortunately, largely responsible for loss of vision cases. It is estimated that about 1,700,000 Americans experience a traumatic brain injury each year; and, of those, about 20% have resulting vision changes.
If the negligence of others has caused injury to your eyes, you may be able to seek compensation. Common vision injuries include:
Our experienced eye injury lawyers at Benson and Bingham are committed to helping victims who have sustained serious damage to their vision. It is unjust and unfair for someone to lose their vision due to the negligence and carelessness of others. We understand that while no amount of money can help you recover the traumatic experience and injury, those who caused the injuries should have to pay. If you or a loved one have suffered vision loss or eye injuries, Benson and Bingham are here to help you recover full and fair monetary damages. You may entitled to damages for the following:
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