Although the majority of eye injuries are minor and only cause mild discomfort in the short-term, some eye injuries can be a lot more serious and some are even life changing.
People often take their sight for granted. But have you ever considered what you would do without it? How would you cope with you day-to-day activities? Unfortunately that is the reality for some people...
The growing "No Win No Fee" culture has led to a number of people making compensation claims against eye injuries, from the most minor of problems, to accidents or illnesses that have led to blindness or removal of an eye.
If you, or someone you know, have suffered in this way due to the negligence of someone else, you (or they) may be entitled to claim a substantial compensation payment. Read on to find out more...
Eye injuries can vary dramatically, in both cause and severity, but some of the most common injuries that have led to compensation claims include:
Again this can be varied, but some of the common incidents resulting in blindness include:
As with all personal injury compensation claims, it is essential that blame can be proved in a court of law. That is where we come in. At Legal Request we are experts in our field and specialise in eye injury claims. However, there are a few things you can do to help your case along:
As we touched upon above, in order to achieve a successful compensation claim, it is essential you can prove blame or negligence in a court of law. At Legal Request we are experts in this complex legal field.
It is therefore important that you receive the best possible service and commitment from you injury lawyer. We can promise you exactly that. Our experienced, dedicated and talented lawyers can help you claim back the maximum amount of compensation that is rightfully yours. And we promise that you will keep 100% of any compensation awarded... so what have you got to lose. Call us today and help us help you.
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