Has Blindness Or An Eye Injury Ended Your Career?
You expect to leave some sweat and elbow grease behind on the job site; you do not expect to leave behind your eyesight or lose an eye in the process of making a living for your family.
If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury involving eye damage or blindness, it is important to seek out an experienced injury attorney who can maximize the benefits and compensation you receive for your injury. In Georgia, that means turning to the Law Offices of John D. Christy, P.C., for answers to your questions, attentive service and fierce advocacy during your time of need.
Full-Service Representation For Catastrophic Eye Injuries
The compensation you are entitled to for your eye injury will depend largely on where you were injured and the surrounding circumstances. For example, if a workplace accident leaves you with a disability such as blindness you may be entitled to longer-lasting benefits than you would for a less catastrophic injury. If a third party was responsible for the accident, it may be possible to obtain additional personal injury compensation for your pain and suffering.
Attorney John D. Christy has been pursuing the rights of the injured in Georgia for more than 30 years. He has developed an extensive network of qualified medical and legal contacts that he leverages to obtain the maximum compensation for catastrophic eye injury victims.