The workman’s compensation lawyers at White & Stradley, PLLC have represented injured workers from all over the state of North Carolina for many years. We have seen clients suffering from a variety of work-related injuries and illnesses, including:
- Vision loss
- Burn injuries
- Hand injuries
- Nerve injuries
- Back injuries
- Neck injuries
- Shoulder and limb injuries
- Electric shock
We have also represented clients who have suffered from vision loss. If you have suffered vision loss as the result of a workplace accident or through prolonged exposure to hazardous substances, our workman’s compensation lawyers can make sure your rights are protected.
We have focused our work on representing injured residents of North Carolina, and we can help you navigate the complex workers' compensation process.
We fully understand that losing your sight can be a frightening and traumatic experience. Vision loss can severely alter your quality of life. You may have difficulty communicating with loved ones, and you may become more dependent on family members to deal with everyday activities that were once so easy for you.
Types of Eye Injuries
The human eye is a complex piece of work that we depend on every waking minute of our lives, but unfortunately, this organ can be very easily damaged in workplace accidents. Many workers face risks every day that could damage their eyes or cause double vision, blurriness, loss of visual acuity, or total loss of vision.
Our workman’s compensation lawyers have handled cases involving a wide range of eye injuries, including:
- Retinal detachment
- Foreign objects in the eyes
- Chemicals in the eyes
- Loss of an eye
- Metal objects in the eye
If you have suffered vision loss in a work-related accident, please contact White & Stradley, PLLC today to schedule your free workman’s compensation consultation. We serve clients in and around Raleigh, Greenville, Winston Salem, Charlotte, Durham, Asheville, Greensboro, and Wilmington, North Carolina.