Incorrect Vision Prescription
An incorrect vision prescription can severely affect all aspects of your life. We rely on our vision to read properly, conduct our jobs, drive, and get safely from place to place. If you have recently received a new vision prescription but are experiencing any vision-related pain or difficultly adjusting to your new lenses, you may have an incorrect prescription.
A wrong vision prescription could result in an accident or injury. If you have experienced an accident due to poor vision from a new prescription, someone may be liable for your injuries and damages and you may be entitled to compensation. For legal assistance contact the Indianapolis personal injury lawyers at the Hankey Law Office today.
Symptoms of an Incorrect Prescription
If you experience one or more of the following persistent symptoms, your vision prescription may be incorrect:
- Trouble focusing on objects near or far
- Blurred vision
Potential Problems Resulting from an Incorrect Prescription
Not being able to properly see and focus can affect you in all aspects of your life. Any of the following may be a problem resulting from a bad prescription:
- Trouble reading signs at a reasonable distance or seeing other cars approach while driving, resulting in dangerous driving and possibly an accident
- Difficulty working on a computer, leading to poor performance records at work
- Trouble focusing on objects or on people’s faces
- Problems seeing at night
- General feelings of disorientation because you cannot interpret your surroundings
- Tripping and falling over objects that you did not see
If you have experienced vision troubles resulting in accident, injury, or negative feedback at work or school, your vision prescription and the professionals who prescribed it may be responsible. For more information on personal injury accountability, contact an Indianapolis personal injury attorney from the Hankey Law Office today at (800) 520-3633.