Detached Retina Accident Lawyer in Dallas

Doug Goyen, AttorneyAttorney Doug Goyen is a Dallas auto accident attorney who has represented thousands of people in auto accident injury cases, including detached retina cases, and has recovered millions of dollars in settlements and judgments for his clients. If you are looking for a detached retina accident lawyer in Dallas, call (972) 599 4100. We can start working on your case today.

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Can Retinal Detachment Be Caused by a Car Accident?

A severe automobile accident can have long-term negative effects on a person that can take years to overcome. A car accident can put a strain on a number of internal organs, resulting in pain, bleeding, and long-term disability. A break or tear in the retina can occur if an accident victim’s head collides with a forceful object, such as a window, steering wheel, or windshield. If left untreated, this tear can cause a retinal detachment, which can result in permanent damage to one or both eyes and, in extreme cases, blindness.

The emotional, physical and financial challenges that a person can face as a result of lost or diminished vision cannot be overstated. A loss of vision can have an impact on many aspects of daily life, including the ability to drive, read a book, go to work, and maintain general independence. Medical bills for treating an eye injury caused by a car accident can be quite high. When accident victims are unable to work due to their injuries, the situation can quickly deteriorate; however, with the assistance of a top car accident lawyer in Dallas, you may be able to recover significant compensation.

What is a Detached Retina?

Diagram of the eye and retinaThe retina is made up of light-sensitive thin tissue layers. The retina, as an important component of the eye, plays an important role in vision. The retina is made up of billions of unique cells that are designed to send endless nerve messages to the optic nerve, which is then forwarded to the brain, where images are produced. A severe blow, medical error, or other condition can result in a serious eye disorder in which the retina peels away from the supporting tissue, often resulting in significant vision loss or blindness.

The macula is located in the center of the retina of the eye. The nerve activity at this location aids in maintaining a sharp image by keeping the vision in focus. When the macula is injured or the blood supply is disrupted, it can result in dramatic maculopathy, which causes significant vision loss. Maculopathy is typically caused by direct trauma to the eye or face. It can result in serious eye injuries such as the formation of small holes, tears, or rips that lead to retinal detachment.

When “flashers” and “floaters” appear suddenly, victims of early-stage retinal detachment frequently have significant warning signs. Early signs of retinal detachment include a brief flash of light, blurred vision, peripheral vision darkening, and a sensation of eye heaviness. Many of the common symptoms and signs of retinal detachment, however, do not appear right away.

When a condition is first diagnosed, it usually necessitates immediate medical treatment, which necessitates the skills of a skilled eye doctor to perform surgical procedures. If the condition is not treated as a medical emergency, the patient may lose functional vision in the eye if the macula detaches from the retina.

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FREE CONSULTATIONS

If you or someone you know needs a detached retina accident lawyer due to an auto accident, call (972) 599 4100 for a free consultation and strategy session. A summary of your case, identification of the legal issues involved in your case, and identification of those legal issues that will help maximize your recovery in your case are all part of the strategy session. We will email you a copy of this strategy session for your records.

WHAT DO WE CHARGE – CONTINGENCY FEE

You will not be charged unless and until you win! If we work on your case, we charge a contingency fee, which means we don’t get paid if we don’t win. We are compensated based on how well we do – our interest is the same as yours.

DIRECTIONS TO OUR OFFICE

Click the following link for directions to our Addison office:

Law Office of Doug Goyen
15851 Dallas Pkwy #605
Addison, Texas 75001
(972) 599 4100 phone
(972) 398 2629 fax

Directions to our office: We are on the southbound side of the service road to the Tollway. Stay on the Dallas North Tollway until you come to the Keller Springs exit. Take the Keller Spring exit. Stay on the service road on the southbound side and go just past Keller Springs. Our office is the 2nd building south of Keller Springs, located on the service road to the North Dallas Tollway in the Madison Business Center on the 6th floor.

By Doug Goyen, douggoyen@goyenlaw.com

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