Vision & Hearing Loss Attorneys
Experienced NJ Catastrophic Injury Lawyer Represents Morris County & Middlesex County Victims Who Have Lost Their Vision or Hearing
Even a minor loss in perceptive acuity can dramatically impact an individual’s quality of life. When the loss is the result of a work accident, motor vehicle accident or dangerous product, the injured individual might be entitled to recover monetary compensation for their catastrophic injury.
While all of our senses are crucial, perhaps the most important sense is the vision. When an individual loses even a portion of his or her ability to see, the loss is impactful. Hoyt & Hoyt, PC in Morristown is prepared to handle injury cases centering on:
- Motor vehicle accidents: Traumatic brain injuries can result in loss of vision or blurred vision. Additionally, shards of glass or other debris can injure a driver’s eyes.
- Medical malpractice: It is not uncommon for surgical mishaps to lead to severe injuries, including blindness.
- Premises liability: An animal attack, for example, can include a scratch or mauling injury to the face.
With more than three decades of experience in both personal injury defense and private practice, attorney John S. Hoyt, III is prepared to represent injured clients in Montville, Morristown, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Dover, Rockaway, and communities throughout New Jersey. No matter the factors surrounding your accident or the scope of your injuries, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced litigator.
Did You Suffer Hearing Loss in a Jefferson Township Work Injury?
Whether your accident occurred in the workplace or while in a motor vehicle, it is crucial to select an experienced personal injury lawyer for representation.
Devastating injuries will often result in financial peril for the entire family. Our firm will guide you through the legal process of monetary recovery for lost wages, medical treatment, and pain and suffering.
It is not uncommon for explosions, vehicle collisions, and heavy machinery malfunctions to result in hearing loss. These sudden, violent sounds can puncture the eardrum and lead to temporary or permanent hearing loss. It is up to your lawyer to thoroughly investigate your accident and resulting injuries in order to tailor an effective case strategy to your unique situation.
Call or Email Hoyt & Hoyt, PC to Speak with an Experienced Parsippany Personal Injury Lawyer
Please contact us online or call us at 973-292-0274. Based in Morristown, we assist accident victims in Morris County, Sussex County, Middlesex County, Essex County, and throughout North Jersey. We offer free case evaluations and we handle all cases on a contingency fee basis. We are happy to meet with you anywhere in NJ. Call now.
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