Representing Victims of Lasik Screening Error
If your doctor did not perform or negligently performed, a preliminary consultation prior to your Lasik surgery, and you now have complications, speak to a lawyer. Some eye doctors perform multiple surgeries each day, back-to-back. With no time for consultations, a screening error can occur. Many patients don’t know if they are poor candidates, and they don’t know the risks associated with Lasik eye surgery.
Nagel Rice, LLP, has obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for clients in Lasik malpractice cases, including $1.019 Million in medical malpractice action involving negligent Lasik surgery. Click here to review more Lasik and eye surgery malpractice verdicts and settlements.
Contact Nagel Rice, LLP, at 973-618-0400 to arrange a consultation with a knowledgeable medical malpractice lawyer if you are suffering from Lasik complications such as halos or other forms of impaired vision. Our firm has recovered millions of dollars in lasik malpractice cases, including a $1.4 Million case involving celebrity lasik surgeon Dr. Joseph Dello Russo. We try cases, and we produce results.
Were You a Bad Candidate for Lasik Surgery?
Through patient screening, examinations and consultations, it is a doctor’s responsibility to let patients know if they are suitable candidates for Lasik surgery. The following conditions can affect someone’s candidacy for Lasik surgery and should be identified by a doctor prior to surgery:
- Dry eyes
- Thin corneas
- Large pupils
Additionally, all risks related to any surgery should be discussed with the patient. If you were misled by deceptive advertising, you may also have a legitimate lawsuit.
Nagel Rice LLP helps their clients with their LASIK screening error claims throughout New Jersey including Bergen County, Essex County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Passaic County, and Sussex County.