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Losing one sight is obviously a devastating event for any person to go through. Suffering blindness or vision loss may mean the loss of the ability to work, take care of tasks of daily living, or participate in activities you enjoy. When blindness and/or vision loss are the result of malpractice committed by a person’s healthcare providers, such as due to an error during surgery or from a misdiagnosis of an eye condition, they deserve to pursue accountability and justice for having their sight wrongfully taken from them. For more than six decades, the New Jersey blindness & vision loss malpractice lawyers of Team Law have worked tirelessly on behalf of injured individuals and their families. Our dedicated legal team aggressively pursues fair and full compensation from the insurance companies. When you’ve been hurt by someone’s negligence or recklessness, you shouldn’t have to bear the financial burdens of getting the treatment you need to get back to as close to normal life as possible.
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Call or contact us today for a free case review with our New Jersey blindness & vision loss malpractice lawyers to learn more about how our firm can help guide you through the complex and difficult process of pursuing financial recovery and justice from those parties at fault for the negligent care that you received.
At Team Law, our New Jersey blindness & vision loss malpractice lawyers can help you pursue financial compensation and justice when you’ve been harmed by:
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If medical malpractice has caused you to suffer vision loss or blindness, you may be entitled to recover compensation for expenses and losses such as:
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Team Law’s client fell and dislocated her knee, causing an injury to the popliteal artery that ultimately resulted in the amputation of her leg. Suit was filed against the hospital to which she had been taken by ambulance, the emergency room doctor, a radiologist and an orthopedic surgeon. The orthopedic surgeon claimed he was inordinately delayed getting to the hospital because of traffic problems on the Garden State Parkway. Team Law was able to counter the surgeon’s testimony by obtaining records from the Garden State Parkway that showed no traffic problems and by obtaining the surgeon’s EZ Pass records. The claim against the emergency room doctor was that he should have asked for vascular consultation when he detected a weak pulse in the foot, not just an orthopedic consult. The claim against the radiologist was that his actions also delayed treatment. After a seven week trial, a verdict was entered in favor of Team Law’s client and against all four of those defendants.
When you’ve been harmed by medical malpractice that caused you to suffer blindness or vision loss, the New Jersey blindness & vision loss malpractice lawyers of Team Law can help you to seek financial compensation and accountability from those negligent parties responsible for the harm you’ve suffered. Our experienced attorneys have the expertise and resources to thoroughly investigate cases of medical malpractice to recover evidence that we and the medical experts we work with can use to persuasively show how your blindness or vision loss was caused by malpractice from your healthcare providers.
Our firm knows what it takes to vigorously pursue fair and full compensation on behalf of our clients. You can trust us to aggressively negotiate with the insurance companies and at-fault parties to try to efficiently reach a settlement that provides you with the financial recovery you need. Of course, our legal team is also fully prepared to pursue your case in court and at trial if necessary.
If you’ve suffered blindness or vision loss due to negligent medical treatment and care, contact Team Law today for a free, no-obligation initial consultation with our experienced New Jersey blindness & vision loss malpractice lawyers to discuss your rights and options for pursuing financial recovery for the harm and debilitating effects of the injuries you have suffered through someone else’s negligence or recklessness.
Under New Jersey’s statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims, you typically have two years from the date that you received the negligent medical treatment to file a lawsuit to pursue compensation from the at-fault provider. However, if you received the treatment from a doctor employed by an agency of the State of New Jersey such as UMDNJ or Rutgers Medical School, you only have 90 days to file a notice of claim. Sometimes, the two-year limitations period might not begin until you discover that you have been injured (namely, that you have suffered blindness or vision loss) and that your injury was caused by negligent medical treatment. In any case, if you file a lawsuit after the limitations period has expired on your claim or fail to file a notice of claim against a doctor employed by a state agency, the at-fault parties can file a motion to have your case permanently dismissed from court.
At Team Law, you do not have to pay our New Jersey blindness & vision loss malpractice lawyers unless and until we successfully recover financial compensation for you. That means you have no upfront cost to hiring our firm to help you pursue financial recovery. If we win compensation in your case, we typically are paid a percentage of the total recovery we obtain for you as our fee.
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