The question "Do you need glasses?" should be answered in the affirmative by many people, nowadays. Most of us, at some time, find it necessary to visit one of the many establishments for the correction of defective vision. When the time does arrive, we are confident that our chosen "professional" will fill our needs adequately, yet, mistakes and oversights occur. What happens when a serious injury occurs as a result of this possibility? This article attempts to answer that question briefly.
Gerald F. Sweeney, Optometrists' Tort Liability, 8 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 263 (1959)