Call our law firm today! Consult with the partners for FREE. 800-734-9445
Cataract Surgery Injuries2018-05-24T23:05:50+00:00
Doctors preparing for surgery

Cataract Surgery Errors

What to do if Your Cataract Surgery has Gone Wrong

When people suffer vision impairment due to cataracts, they may seek relief through cataract surgery. It’s a common way to retain and improve deteriorated eyesight, which is a huge relief for many people. While most cataract surgeries do not result in serious complications, some patients who undergo cataract surgery suffer damage to their vision as a result of the procedure, leaving them worse off than they started.

If you have suffered vision loss as a result of a cataract surgery, you may be able to obtain compensation through a medical malpractice claim. Examples of medical negligence that may occur in connection with a cataract surgery include:

  • Improper screening of patients to determine if surgery is necessary
  • Providing procedures that are not medically advisable
  • Scratching of the cornea during a procedure, which may cause vision impairment
  • Failure to refer a patient to corneal specialist if the cornea has been damaged
  • Failure to administer antibiotic eye drops
  • Failure to diagnose and treat endophthalmitis (a type of eye infection)

At RGLZ, we have been advocating on behalf of all sorts of injured clients since 1968, and our attorneys take an academic approach to their practice. We have a strong record of results in medical malpractice claims and take pride in our ability to help people who have been injured as a result of medical negligence. The right medical malpractice attorney should be familiar enough with the medical profession and its practices to advise a client or potential client as to the legal circumstances of their case both quickly and accurately.

Contact Us

We handle all medical malpractice claims on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees to us unless we recover compensation for you. To schedule a free consultation and case evaluation with one of our Suffolk County cataract surgery injury attorneys, call 866-639-5567 or contact us by e-mail. Our goal is to get you to a better place, and get you the resources you need to live life the way you want to. Let our decades of legal excellence make justice work for you.