Losing Your Vision In A Work Accident
Being injured while at work under any circumstance is a terrible situation to be in, but when the injury involves a body part such as the eye which can leave permanent damage, it can make as situation even worse. Fortunately, our attorneys at McCravy Newlon and Sturkie Law Firm have years of experience fighting for those who have lost their vision due to an injury at work.
Receiving the Treatment You Need
Any one who has been to an eye specialist knows how expensive eye care can be, and that is just for simple check up. When seeing a specialist for serious injuries that happened at work, it can cost thousands upon thousands of dollars. The truth is, most people simply cannot pay for the proper eye treatment. That’s exactly why our attorneys have had to step in for our clients in the past and demand Workers’ Compensation pay for what they are supposed to. Once vision has been lost, the damage is almost always permanent. That’s why it is imperative to receive proper treatment for your work accident as soon as possible. Our attorneys can make that happen for you.
Settling Your Case for Any Permanent Damages
The lawyers at the McCravy Newlon and Sturkie Law Firm have handled a range of Loss of Vision Cases from blurred vision to complete loss in one eye. With all of these cases though, most vision impairments are permanent. This is incredibly unfortunate, but our attorneys can make sure you are compensated fully for your loss of vision according to South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Law. In our state, an injured worker will be compensated based on the amount of permanent damage and a number of other confusing factors. This is why having a attorney who know South Carolina Workers’ Compensation is extremely important for your case.
We know you need help and we’re ready.
McCravy, Newlon and Sturkie Law Firm has helped the injured worker for over 20 years. If you have been injured on the job, please call us toll free today at 1-888-994-5124 to discuss your Workers’ Compensation claim.