Kansas Personal Injury Attorneys
We are experienced attorneys representing those who have lost their vision in an accident.
It can happen at work, on the road, or on someone else’s property. An accident occurs that leaves you visually impaired or blind. You once saw the world clearly and this is taken away in a moment because someone else was not taking your safety seriously. Life is never the same after this type of loss and medical professionals are limited in what they can do to improve your situation. Blindness and becoming visually impaired is something that you will have to learn to live with, no matter how tough this proves to be.
At Neustrom & Associates, we have fought for clients who have sustained heart-wrenching injuries, blindness being one of them. Our dedicated personal injury attorneys help the injured and their families through some of the toughest times they will ever face. Suffering the loss of your vision due to the negligence of someone else will throw your life completely off track. We fight for your legal right to monetary compensation so you can start moving forward with the extra support you need after such a traumatic event.
What can I be compensated for in a loss of vision injury case?
The unique thing about accident cases where the victim has suffered loss of vision or impairment of vision is that there can be low medical expenses, but the injury in and of itself has a severe impact on the victim’s life- what you can do and what you enjoy. Medical expenses relating to loss of vision can be low because, oftentimes, there is not much doctors can do to improve the situation. The effects are frequently irreversible.
You need an attorney with specialized knowledge of eye injuries and personal injury actions that will focus on the other damages you have sustained as the result of your injury. You are entitled to compensation for current and future medical expenses, as well as lost wages and loss of future earning capacity, but in loss of vision cases, loss of function and enjoyment of life, and sometimes pain and suffering damages, play a very important role in your monetary compensation.
If you are now blind or visually impaired due to an accident, you may not have high medical bills, but your injury may have left you with:
- Chronic headaches
- Depression requiring counseling
- Giving up beloved hobby or activity
- Negatively affected personal relationships
- The need for assistance in daily activities
These are losses for which you deserve compensation. An experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorney knows how to focus on these intangible losses in order to maximize the compensation you receive.
Nothing can bring back the loss you have suffered in an accident leaving you blind, but our attorneys can help get you monetary compensation to help you get your life back on track.
At Neustrom & Associates, we have fought for the injured since 1979 because we know the importance of fighting for the legal rights of those whose lives have been forever altered due to the negligence of someone else. If you have suffered loss of eyesight, whether it be in a car accident or a workplace accident, our dedicated personal injury attorneys are here to make sure you get the monetary recovery you deserve. Contact us today for your free initial consultation.