Optometrist Malpractice

Many people go to an optometrist, rather than an opthalmologist, for primary eye care.

There are certain types of cases which are most likely to result in a malpractice claim

  1. retinal detachment
  • 2. glaucoma
  • 3. tumors
  • 4. choroidal neovascularization

5. proliferative diabetic retinopathy

There are certain procedures which can be performed, as the care provided by, or recommended, by an optometrist (to evaluate these conditions) including

Automated visual field

  • Intraocular Pressure Measurements

Fondus Exam

Visual Field Exam

If you believe that you have been injured, because an Optometrist failed to properly provide the care to which you are entitled, please feel free to contact

Attorney Robert M. Singer

2572 Whitney Avenue

Hamden, CT 06518



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