Eyes are the organ providing you with sight. It includes the iris, cornea, pupil, macula, retina, lens, optic nerve, vitreous and choroid. While in the embryo, the
eye forms as a direct extension of your brain, thus making it extremely delicate.
A direct blow to the eye can end up causing damage to the eyeball, ligaments, muscles, bony eye socket and the eyelid. Individuals can end up with vision changes, blood in the white of the eye, pain when moving the eye, inability to move the eye, blood on the colored part of the eye and much more. With any blow to the eye, there is a chance that something could have punctured the eyeball. Blows to the eye can fracture the bones of the eye socket, nose or sinus. Those bones can puncture the eye and cause a whole host of problems.
If you are having problems with your eye following an accident, you need to get it looked at to figure out what you are dealing with. Then, you need to speak with premier New York personal injury attorneys of Michael Manoussos & Co PLLC, Life Member of the Million and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.