Have you received cataract surgery at Key Whitman Eye Center in Dallas, Texas or Tylock-George Eye Care in Irving, Texas? Are you suffering from abnormal vision impairment, vision loss, or other cataract surgery complications?
If so, you aren’t alone.
Van Wey Law represents cataract patients who suffered eye injuries during cataract surgery at Key Whitman Eye Center or Tylock-George Eye Care. Kay Van Wey is a Texas Board Certified Personal Injury Lawyer who handles all potential Key Whitman and Tylock-George malpractice cases.
Vision loss is devastating. It leaves you feeling helpless, frustrated, and betrayed. You sought medical help to improve your eyesight and now you’re left with a terrible disability.
Unfortunately, this type of malpractice happens more than you think, which is why we help our clients get the compensation they deserve to live their lives as best they can with someone else’s irreversible mistake.
If you had eye surgery at Key Whitman Eye Center or Tylock-George Eye Care, you likely received a postoperative steroid antibiotic injection of Trimoxi (intravitreal triamcinolone/moxifloxacin). The solution injected into your eye was compounded by an Arlington-based pharmacy.
Like many patients, you may have developed vision impairment or a total loss of vision caused by the injection. Some of the victims of this malpractice are unable to work and terrified of what the future holds. The effects may be permanent.
Have you received a letter from Key Whitman Eye Center or Tylock-George Eye Care?
You may have received a notification letter from Key Whitman or Tylock-George identifying you as a possible victim. The letter indicates that the injectable substance was tested and that “preliminary results” showed no problems. However, they also point out that the testing is preliminary and “…it may be some months until all the results are received.”
Have you received a letter like this? (Or a similar letter from Key Whitman?)
If you have received a letter like this from either Key Whitman Eye Center or Tylock-George Eye Care (no matter what it says), you may have been affected by the injection. Contact Van Wey Law for a free consultation so we can determine whether you have a case.
If you haven’t received a letter from either company but are still concerned about your vision or confused about your experience, contact us so we can provide additional information.