It goes without saying that your eyesight is essential. For most people, your eyesight is your primary sense. Most of us heavily rely on our eyesight over our other senses. While many people who lose their eyesight are able to function independently, it goes without saying that the loss of eyesight is a significant disability. Unfortunately, New Mexico auto accidents are a common way that a person may lose his or her eyesight. In fact, motor vehicle crashes are one of the most common ways that a person may lose his or her eyesight due to trauma. If this happens to you or a loved one, please contact the experienced Albuquerque auto accident lawyers at the Mark Caruso to learn how we can help you recover compensation that you deserve for the loss of your eyesight due to a negligent motorist.
There are many different reasons why a person may lose his or her eyesight in a motor vehicle crash. This is because your eyes, while durable, are still very susceptible to injury–particularly the mechanisms of injury generated by a motor vehicle crash. Here are some of the common reasons how New Mexico auto accidents cause eye juries:
There are many different types of eye injuries which could be caused by a New Mexico auto accident. Most of these injuries are permanent and, even with the best treatment, cannot be restored to a pre-accident state. Some of the most common injuries which could result in compensation for an injured victim include the following:
Did you or a loved one sustain an eye injury after a auto accident or New Mexico trucking accident? Call to schedule your FREE appointment with our lawyers at the Mark Caruso by dialing (505) 883-5000. We handle causes throughout New Mexico, including Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Roswell, Cuervo, Rio Rancho, Clovis, Farmington, Hobbs, Albuquerque where our office is located, and anywhere else throughout New Mexico. Please call to schedule for FREE appointment by dialing (505) 883-5000 or contact us through our website’s easy to use and convenient contact box available here.