Friday, 17 of January of 2014

Drivers with Glaucoma May Have More Car Accidents

By Mark Favaloro, Traffic Accident Injury Lawyer

A new study suggests that drivers who suffer visual impairments from glaucoma have twice as many accidents as drivers with normal vision. Researchers concluded from the research that drivers should be required to pass a visual field test.  To learn more, read here. . .

Study Suggests Drivers with Glaucoma Have More Car Accidents

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