Economic Loss of Individuals with the Potential for the Total Loss of Vision: A Note

Johnson, L.E.; Ley, Robert D.
September 1998
Journal of Legal Economics;Fall98, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p97
Academic Journal
Focuses on the economic loss of individuals who have the potential of total blindness due to loss of one eye. Overview of the condition called sympathetic ophthalmia; Factors that will affect the magnitude of economic loss; Elements of economic loss.


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