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Vision Loss

Vision Loss Disability Claims

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Vision loss may be the single most damaging form of sensory deprivation a person can experience. We rely on our vision for countless activities and occurrences each and every day. While it is true that people who suffer vision loss or are born without vision are entirely capable of completing many job-related tasks for various occupations, it is also true that it is extremely difficult to adjust to vision loss or degradation after having lived with vision. Workers who suffer vision loss, either at work or elsewhere, may be entitled to long term disability insurance benefits.

At Dabdoub Law Firm, you can find an entire team of attorneys devoted entirely to disability claim management and representation. If you have lost your vision or have been diagnosed with a medical condition that is jeopardizing your visual acuity, please feel free to tell our law firm about what is happening. We offer our services to clients all around the country.

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Our reputation extends beyond our clients and communities, as every major insurance company knows our name due to past challenges and claims filed for our clients. We are proud to say we have secured millions of dollars in disability benefits throughout the years.

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About Vision Loss & Subsequent Issues

Vision loss is not always immediate and complete. In many cases, it can come gradually or only partially remove the acuity of a person’s vision. In either situation, though, it will become increasingly difficult to complete expected job duties, especially those entirely dependent on sharp vision or focus.

People who experience visual degradation are likely to have trouble with:

  • Working on a computer
  • Reading instructions and communications
  • Meticulous work with small parts or equipment
  • Recognizing faces – problematic for client-facing workers

Even if vision loss is not prominent to cause blindness or a significant loss of visual acuity, it can still cause serious, persistent problems. People with minimal vision loss may experience chronic headaches, eyestrain, and difficulty focusing on tasks they once handled without issue. Such complications could still make someone eligible for some form of disability insurance, whether they are covered through an individually-purchased plan or one provided by an employer. Disability insurance companies have lawyers. So should you. Get legal help by calling Dabdoub Law Firm at (800) 969-0488.

Nationwide Legal Assistance with a Personal Touch

Our long term disability insurance lawyers are ready and waiting to help you manage your claim with the full extent of our experience. We have intentionally built our law firm to efficiently, reliably, and compassionately handle disability insurance claims and casework. If you have suffered vision loss or have been diagnosed with a medical condition that can cause vision loss, let us represent you.

We offer free consultations to inquiring clients. Get yours today.

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