New Jersey Eye Injury Attorneys
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Have you recently experienced trauma to one or both of your eyes? Did this accident result in blindness, partial loss of vision or murky sight? Is the negligence of another person to blame for your injuries? If so, it may be time to consider your legal options and contact an injury lawyer in New Jersey.
Give Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C. a call to arrange for a case evaluation and consultation, at no cost to you. With well over two decades of trial experience under their belts respectively, Gabriel Lependorf and David Silverstein are firmly committed to upholding their client’s rights, protecting them from unscrupulous insurance companies and recovering the rightful amount of damages owed to them. While a personal injury lawsuit can never truly make up for the loss of bodily function, it can provide you with much needed breathing room while attempting to heal and recover from your wounds.
Our number is (609) 240-0040 or you can submit your information via our online contact form.
If you are one of the millions of Americans who suffers an eye injury annually, contact our NJ personal injury attorneys.
In a recent report by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, it was calculated that roughly 2.5 million people experience some form of eye injury each year. 50,000 of those people permanently lose their sight, of which 73 percent include men ranging from 18 to 45 years of age. While it seems the numbers favor men, eye injury can happen to anyone, anywhere. At that point the question becomes, is someone to blame? Some of the more common types of accidents that result in mild to severe eye trauma include:
Automobile, Truck, Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents
Because of the speed and force behind most automobiles on the road, accidents involving one can amount to serious vision loss. Overly powerful airbags, flying debris and other such variables can play heavy into these injuries.
Malpractice Related to Eye Surgeries
With the rise of LASIK corrective eye surgery and other such procedures, many people found themselves under the knife with a less than qualified physician. Other eye complications can arise in any number of surgeries, all of which doctors can potentially be held liable.
Workplace Accidents in New Jersey
Indeed, construction zones, hardware facilities, lumber yards, manufacturing plants and factories are some of the most potentially hazardous areas for your eyes. Even with protective goggles to shield against flying debris, long term exposure to potent chemicals, metallic dust, woodchips and scorching or freezing temperatures can lead to permanent sight damage.
Sports & Outside Activities
Outdoor enthusiasts, including cyclists and athletes, are routinely exposed to dangerous eye conditions, many of which that can lead to permanent loss of sight. Anything from a wild pitch at the mound, a loose puck in stands or an errant golf ball drive can lead to massive eye trauma.
The NJ eye injury lawyers at Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C. will not quit until you are satisfied - and you won’t pay a thing until we win. If you’ve suffered traumatic vision loss or eye trauma, we’re here to help. Let us take care of the at-fault party, while you take time to move on from the incident. For additional information, speak with one of our understanding staff members today at (609) 240-0040.
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