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Loss of Sight After an Accident
Losing your sight is a traumatic experience, but knowing that your injury was the fault of another person can be particularly distressing. JMW’s personal injury team understands what it is like to suffer such a life-changing event and are experienced in securing maximum compensation for victims of serious personal injury, including those who have suffered damage to their sight, as a result of another person’s negligence.
You may require extensive surgery, be left with considerable scars, suffer partial or complete blindness and you may have to modify and adapt your career, home and family life. We take all of this into consideration when working out what your compensation claim may be worth, as well as looking at how it happened and why, to ensure you get the best possible outcome for you and your loved ones.
Our expert solicitors are always happy to help so call 0800 054 6078, or fill in our online enquiry form, to start your claim or to get specialist advice and guidance on your options.
Injury or attack compensation
Commonly, serious eye injury or blindness is caused by random attacks or workplace injuries; however, no matter what, or whom, caused your eye injuries, we can help you get the compensation your deserve.
- Workplace accidents may have been caused by a lack of suitable eye wear or poor machine/equipment apparatus, or as the direct result of someone else’s negligence.
- Similarly, in public places slips, trips and falls or an assault could lead to serious eye injuries, if not complete blindness, and you may be entitled to compensation.
- Chemical burns could happen anywhere and as well as causing severe pain and scarring, they may also seriously damage your sight.