Your eye is one of the most sensitive parts of your body. If your eye sustains major damage in an accident, the consequences can be truly devastating. Beyond the medical bills, you may be temporarily or permanently disabled. If your eye injury occurred because of the negligence of another person or entity, they must be held accountable for their misconduct.
At SAM LAW OFFICE LLC, our dedicated Rolling Meadows serious injury attorneys have extensive experience handling eye injury claims in the Chicagoland area. If you or a loved one sustained a severe eye injury, please do not delay in contacting our team. We will review your claim and determine precisely what actions are required to get you the full compensation you need and deserve.
The human eye is incredibly complex. As such, it is of little surprise that eye injury claims are also extremely complex. Eye and vision injuries can take so many different forms. Not only do these injuries occur in a wide variety of accidents, from automobile crashes to medical malpractice to premises liability claims, but also, there are many different types of eye injuries. An individual with an eye injury may experience any of the following symptoms, among others:
In Illinois, eye injury victims are entitled to seek monetary compensation equal to the full value of their damages. This compensation must be sought from the negligent party. In practice, this means that eye injury victims can seek financial relief for both direct economic loss as well as for intangible losses. Sadly, insurance companies never make fair recovery easy. Our personal injury team is aggressive, helping victims fight for every dollar that they deserve under the law. Depending on the facts of your claim, we can help you seek recovery for any of the following:
Our personal injury team is here to help. At SAM LAW OFFICE LLC, our Rolling Meadows personal injury lawyers will help you fight for justice and full compensation. To set up a free, no obligation review of your case, please call us today at (847) 255-9925. We represent eye injury victims throughout the Greater Chicagoland region, including in Cook County, Dupage County and Lake County.
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