Loss Of Sight
Blindness Injury Victims Have Legal Rights
People without sight have civil rights protection preventing them from being discriminated against in the workplace and elsewhere. However, coping with the loss of vision can be daunting. Depending on the extent of vision lost, people may become unable to drive, to perform their jobs, run their businesses, or care for their children or other dependents at home.
Many people lose their vision as a result of negligence while they are participating in a recreational activity, such as playing paintball or hitting balls in a batting cage. If proper safety measures are not observed or enforced by the operators, the patrons may become injury victims. Experienced attorneys like the ones at Smith & Hassler can help.
Contact a Personal Injury Attorney with Our Firm
If you or a loved one has suffered a blindness injury, contact Smith & Hassler. An experienced personal injury attorney will assist you or your loved one. Call (713) 739-1250 for your free personal injury consultation today.
Remember, your initial consultation is free, and you don't pay us unless you win.