Blindness and Loss of Vision Cases
Blindness can be caused by a variety of accidents, including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, or any other head trauma. In some cases, eye damage can be caused by medical errors made during surgery. This can occur in both eye surgeries or in other types of surgeries where errors in treatment cause a stroke or other symptoms that result in loss of vision. In the worst cases, these errors can lead to permanent blindness.
When this damage is caused by defective medical equipment, negligent failure to properly screen a patient for risk factors, or from poor treatment itself, the patient may have a valid medical malpractice case.
To learn more about medical malpractice lawsuits, visit our firm's medical malpractice section. Another great resource on Michigan medical malpractice cases is our FREE BOOK, "The Ultimate Medical Malpractice Handbook," which will answer many questions you may have on these cases or contact us to discuss your case.
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