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Experienced NYC Lawyers For Eye Accidents & Injuries

Your eyes are among the most sensitive parts of your body. They are more susceptible to injury than most other areas. In many cases, eye injuries can cause blindness (temporary or permanent), discomfort, and/or a severe decrease in your vision. Eye injuries are often the result of traumatic accidents. In some cases, they are no one’s fault. In other instances, an eye injury can occur due to the negligence of another person or party. If you believe that your eye injury falls into the latter category, then it is recommended that you work with a personal injury attorney that has experience representing clients that have suffered eye injuries.

At Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, our NYC personal injury attorneys have the experience, skill, and resources to handle complex personal injury cases involving eye injuries and blindness. We are committed to helping our clients obtain maximum compensation for the losses they have suffered.

An eye injury can result in impaired vision, partial or total vision loss. If you or someone close to you has suffered an eye injury as the result of another party’s negligence, you have the right to seek compensation for your losses.

Contact one of our New York City eye injury lawyers today online or by telephone to arrange a free consultation.

Most Common Causes of Eye Injuries

The most commonly seen types of eye injuries involve a foreign object in the eye. Furthermore, many eye injuries are caused by open wounds or contusions on the eyes. Eye injuries can occur in many ways. Listed below are the most common causes of eye injuries.

  • Car accidents (including airbag deployment)
  • Construction accidents
  • Workplace injuries
  • Falling
  • Fights
  • Physician negligence
  • Falling debris
  • Defects in Machines
  • Exposure to chemicals (spills and consumer products)

The Lasting Effects of Eye Injuries

Eye injuries can result from many different kinds of accidents, including construction accidents, slip-and-falls, car accidents, and chemical burns. Eye injuries can include direct damage to the eye, including the cornea, retina, and iris. Eye injuries can also occur when the orbital bone surrounding the eye is damaged.

Eye injuries can result in:

  • Blurred vision
  • Double vision
  • Detached retina
  • Pupil dilation disorders
  • Impaired lid movement
  • Damaged tear ducts
  • Blindness

We consult with leading medical experts including ophthalmologists who help us determine the nature of our clients’ eye injuries. We work with our clients personally to fully assess the impact eye injuries will have on their lives. Our NYC eye injury attorneys work tenaciously to secure full and fair compensation for our clients’ eye injury claims.

Contact Our NYC Eye Injury Accident Lawyers

Suffering eye injuries that result in a partial or full loss of vision can irrevocably alter your life. You can lose the ability to live an otherwise normal life, suffer a loss of income, and no longer have the ability to participate in everyday activities like going to the movies, enjoying art, driving, etc. Working with an experienced personal injury attorney can significantly increase your odds of being compensated for eye injuries that are the result of someone else’s negligence.

If you or someone close to you has suffered an eye injury in New York, we are here to provide help and support. Contact us online or call to schedule a free, confidential consultation. Remember, our New York City eye injury attorneys will NEVER charge a legal fee or any expense unless we are successful in winning your case. We will gladly come to you if you are unable to come to our office.



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New York, NY 10168

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Queens, NY 11435

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The Bronx, NY 10451

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Brooklyn, NY 11238

Tel: (516) 410-4445

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