Corrective laser eye surgery, which debuted in
1995, is now the most common elective surgical procedure in the United States.
In a fast food, disposable, technology driven and managed care controlled
society it appeals to patient, surgeon and corporate interests but to each for
There will always be some complications (from surgery) but the
unique aspects of refractive surgery give rise to a new breed of medical error.
Keith, Shapiro & Ford, consists of a dynamic group of attorneys who have
vast experience in the firm's major areas of practice. We are pleased to
have served as counsel to
Surgical Eyes, a patient advocacy group for those injured by refractive
surgery and other ocular malpractice.
We have a virtually unrivaled depth of experience in the
area of LASIK malpractice and we welcome the opportunity to consult with those
who believe they are the victims of
malpractice, those who feel the outcome of their laser eye surgery is not as
promised or those who experience serious vision complications not explained to
them prior to surgery.
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