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Lights Out! Negligence Could Be the Cause of Blindness

One example of catastrophic injury is when someone suffers temporary or permanent vision loss. It’s important to consider if negligence was the cause of blindness after an accident. Eye injuries that cause blindness, as opposed to other types of injuries, have specific bearing on the type of claim.

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