A Loss of Eyesight Injury Lawyer in Tampa That Can Help

Need a Eye Injury Attorney in Tampa?

A personal injury attorney at the Distasio Law Firm will approach your catastrophic injury case as unique from the outset. At our firm, each and every client is provided with reliable direction and legal counsel that will help you accomplish your recovery goals. Whether you are seeking to recover maximum compensation or want to focus on receiving the best medical care, our exceptional legal team will partner with you to accomplish your goals. That is why so many people throughout Tampa and surrounding areas in Florida choose our law firm for their personal injury cases. You can also experience the same high-quality care and legal support for your loss of eyesight injury, so contact us today.

How to Get Full Compensation in Your Personal Injury Case

Loss of Eyesight Signs

Loss of eyesight, or blindness, is the condition of losing visual perception due to neurological or physiological disorders. Blindness may be temporary or permanent. It may also affect just one eye or both. Often times, blindness is an inherent condition that people are born with. However, other times, loss of eyesight is attributed to an injury, such as a head injury, brain injury, or a traumatic brain injury.

When people notice that they are suffering from vision problems, it is always advisable that they seek immediate treatment from a physician or an optometrist who can correctly identify and diagnose the source and cause of blindness. People who are losing their eyesight will usually notice the following signs:

  • blurred vision
  • dimness in vision
  • double vision
  • seeing floaters
  • seeing streaks
  • decreased ability to see close
  • decreased ability to see far

While many of these signs are general, it is always important that people experiencing these signs seek treatment from an optometrist who can correctly diagnose these symptoms, which may correlate with temporary or permanent blindness.

How Much is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

Need an Attorney for a Injury Case Resulting in Loss of Eyesight?

The Florida personal injury laws and legislation provide a certain level of support for those suffering from catastrophic injuries because of the negligence of another. With the assistance of a professional legal mind, you can fight for maximum compensation for your loss of eyesight injuries. When you contact our firm, you will have the chance to discuss your goals for your personal injury case in a free consultation. The Distasio Law Firm is dedicated to helping clients achieve these goals, and we will provide you with compassionate support during every step of the way. If you have questions about a loss of eyesight case, do not hesitate to contact an attorney for your initial consultation!

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The Distasio Law Firm Difference

How do you know if you have hired the best Tampa eye injury lawyer? The simplest way to know is to find a lawyer that has all the below characteristics.

  • Knowledge & Experience Handling Injury Cases Resulting in Loss of Eyesight
    Your lawyer should not only know Florida bodily injury law. That lawyer should also have years of experience handling eye injury cases. Scott Distasio has been handling these cases for over 27 years. His years of experience investigating, negotiating, settling, filing lawsuits, taking depositions, and going to trial will absolutely make a difference in your case.
  • Independent Verification of the Lawyers Ability
    All attorneys claim they know what they are doing. Their marketing materials may also be persuasive. But you will only know the truth about that lawyer if the lawyer is rated by respected independent non-biased rating systems. Scott Distasio has an “AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell law Directory. This is the highest rating an attorney can receive for both ability and ethics. Scott Distasio is also Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Trial law. To achieve this accomplishment a lawyer must have tried a minimum number of cases to a jury and pass a competency exam. Less than 1% of all Florida lawyers are Board Certified.
  • Willingness and Ability to Go to Trial
    Not all personal injury cases go to trial. The truth is most cases settle. But if your case does need to go to trial it’s important to hire a law firm that has the experience, resources and ability to try your case. Scott Distasio is a board certified civil trial lawyer. This gives him the right to call himself an expert trial lawyer.
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